If you mean the Great Pyramid of Giza, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, it most certainly is a tomb. It was also covered in the most beautiful marble at one time, most of which now covers floors and walls in Cairo.
Oh, I see, and your evidence that Lee Harvey Oswald did not act alone came from that movie staring that Dances With Wolves guy? Right
It was a joke FRiend....however, believing that all the workers were just a bunch of union laborers, happily dragging 100 ton stones around the desert is slightly more than unbelievable and borders on ridiculous.
Limestone, not marble.
"Who Built the Pyramids?"
"Not slaves. Archeaologist Mark Lehner, digging deeper, discovers a city of privileged workers."
by Jonathan Shaw
"There were slaves in Egypt, says Lehner, but the discovery that pyramid workers were fed like royalty buttresses other evidence that they were not slaves at all, at least in the modern sense of the word. Harvard's George Reisner found workers' graffiti early in the twentieth century that revealed that the pyramid builders were organized into labor units with names like "Friends of Khufu" or "Drunkards of Menkaure."
There is no evidence inside the great pyramid that it was ever intended or used as a tomb, and as I said, there are no Egyptian scripts or hieroglphics anywhere inside that pyramid, other than graffiti that Egyptian fortune hunters left.
There are modern names given to various passages and chambers in the Pyramid, but they they are all assumed labels that modern explorers gave them. There are no Egyptian descriptions of the great pyramid's construction at all, none that are contemporaneous with any of the historical dates given for its construction and nothing, nada, zip inside the Pyramid - unlike every other "tomb" of any size anywhere in Egypt.
The Pharoah Kufu tried to put his name on the great Pyramid, after his workmen could not figure out how to get into the center of the Pyramid. He tried to rewrite the Pyramid's history in what he had historans write at the time, but he failed to destroy the earlier histories that already referred to it long before his time.
Both the great Pyramid and the Sphinx are enigmas (their origins lost in history) and likely predate formal Egyptian history.