When you think of a tomb you essentially think of the pyramids in Egypt but really a tomb is a house or a home for the dead. A tomb does not have to be a pyramid. Even the first tombs were not pyramids. They were made of two slaps and a stone roof.
Technology changing The Architecture of Tombs
There are the much different architecture of tombs ,for example, here are king tuts tomb and Queen Hatshepsut tomb which are designed differently. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3589153/It-paid-royal-servant-Ancient-Egypt-Stunning-tombs-pharaohs-butlers-opened-following-restoration-elaborate-paintings.html
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Do the advancements in science and technology change the architecture of the tombs? Let us look back the very first tomb like I said was made of two slaps and a stone roof. That was in the stone ages. If you fast forward a couple hundred years people are building big pyramids as tombs. The step pyramid of Djoser was the first tomb that was shaped like a pyramid and made of stone. That is when they started making big tombs made of stone and brick. Humans could not build these without pullies. A Pulley is a piece of technology and machinery, So yes tombs did change their architecture as technology