Famous Pyramids – Are they older than believed?

Famous Pyramids – Are they older than believed?

First some stats on the large pyramids in Egypt and near Mexico City:

SidesheightslopeInterior Art
Giza:& Hieroglyphics
  Great230.33 m146.6 m51:50:40Nothing
  Khafre216 m143 m53:13:00Nothing
  Menkaure102.4 m66 m51:20:25Nothing
104.6 m
Step Pyramid109 m62.5 m22:00:00Many of both, built by Imhotep
121 mDjoser is honored
Bent Pyramid189.43 m104.7 m54:27:44Several mummies
43:22:00No art or hieroglyphics

Teotihuacan is a vast Mexican archaeological complex northeast of Mexico City. Running down the middle of the site, which was once a flourishing pre-Columbian city, is the Avenue of the Dead. It links the Temple of Quetzalcoatl, the Pyramid of the Moon, and the Pyramid of the Sun.

Pyramid of the Sun220 m65.5 m32:50:00n/a
 224 m 
Pyramid of the Moon130 m43 m32:45:00n/a
143 m 

The conventional view is that the earliest Pyramids in Egypt were constructed circa 2,500 BCA. These are the Step & Bent Pyramids. Shortly afterward, the pyramid building improved dramatically and the result was the Pyramid complex at Giza. Regarding the Mexican complex the speculation is that it was constructed between 2,000 & 2,500 years ago.