Main throne roomEdit
This room is apparently close to the top of the ship. This can be deduced from the fact that when the armor at the top retracts it allows natural light to enter the throne room. If one enters the room through the Transportation rings there will be a throne visible at the other side of the room and the ring platform is nearly encircled by the arms of a statue. (Stargate)
The only part that is shown in the movie is a deep pit, in which prisoners are forced to stand in chest high dirty water with the only way in or out being a gate at the top. (Stargate)
Death Glider bayEdit
The Sarcophagus room is a room where a Sarcophagus is built into the floor. Unlike with other Goa'uld ships the side at the head of this Sarcophagus also contains the ship's control console normally found in a Pel'tak. (Stargate)
A room with a large bathtub in the center, found off to the side of the main throne room. (Stargate)
A room connected to the bath room with a large bed at the center and a long table to the side for holding items. (Stargate)
When the Cheops class lands the lower parts of the ship clamp on to the pyramid underneath. The purpose for this is unknown. (Stargate)
Part of Dr. Daniel Jackson's academically rejected theories about ancient Egypt was that the pyramids were landing sites for alien spaceships, which turned out to be Goa'uld (or specifically Ra's) Pyramid ships.
In 1994, Colonel Jack O'Neill and Daniel destroyed Ra's Cheops class warship, along with Ra, using a Naquadah-enhanced Nuclear warhead, which Ra had been planning to send back to Earth through the Stargate. (Stargate)
Ra seems to have used the ship almost exclusively, using it even during his time on Earth. Heru'ur also had similar ships which were used to invade Cimmeria and land on Abydos. (SG1: "Thor's Chariot", "Secrets", "Moebius, Part 2")
During "Moebius, Part 1" and "Moebius, Part 2," Ra's Cheops-class ship is shown to be landed on the Great Pyramid during the Ancient Egypt scenes. However, the alternate Teal'c incorrectly identifies it as a Ha'tak.
On the other hand, this may not be an error, in the episode “Thor’s Chariot” Gairwyn said "there was fire in the heavens five or six bursts in a straight line but no sound and then a great metal point came through the clouds", and Teal'c replied "A Goa'uld Ha'tak - a pyramid ship" later the only ships seen were Cheops class which may mean that the Cheops is a variant of the Ha'tak like the transport variant that Apophis and Klorel used in their attempted attack on earth in 1997.
Behind the scenesEdit
|Goa'uld starship classes|
|Attack ships||Al'kesh · Cheops class warship · Death Glider · Ha'tak · Needle Threader|
|Transport ships||Archaic Tel'tak · Tel'tak · Transport Glider · Troopship|