Egyptians started fabricating their own burial chambers when they became grown-ups (on the grounds that a decent burial chamber was over the top expensive and required year to develop). Khufu would have begun soon after he rose the seat, and the venture would have proceeded for the greater part of his rule (more than 23 years.)
His child and replacement, Djedefre, began to fabricate a pyramid however passed on before finish and the pyramid has been destroyed and is generally rubble today.
Khafre, who succeeded Djedefre, again managed for more than 20 years, which was sufficient opportunity to complete his pyramid… the equivalent is valid for Menkaure.
Shepsekaf, who followed Khafre, just ruled for a very long time (not long enough for a major burial chamber) and from that point forward, the realm split up during the First Intermediate Period. With the Middle Kingdom, They kept structure pyramid burial chambers after this, yet they were a lot more modest and all the more regularly made of mud block (at the end of the day, they could be constructed all the more rapidly.) This progressions again after these pyramids demonstrate truly defenseless against looters and entombments in the Valley of Kings turned into the norm.