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Pasadizo de entrada al recinto funerario del Horus Netjerykhet. Detalle del techo imitando en piedra, una estructura original de vigas de madera. Saqqara.

Pasadizo de entrada al recinto funerario del Horus Netjerykhet. Detalle del techo imitando en piedra, una estructura original de vigas de madera. Saqqara.

Entrance at Sakkarah temple

Saqqara Sakkara or Saqqarah Egypt, Memphis burial, first columns & step pyramid built by Imhotep for Pharaoh Djoser or Djoser

Columns in Entrance to Courtyard  Djoser step pyramid Saqqara  Egypt

Reeded Columns in Entrance to Courtyard Djoser step pyramid Saqqara Egypt

The Pyramid complex of Userkaf was built c. 2490 BC[1] for the pharaoh Userkaf (reign 2494–2487 BC), founder of the 5th dynasty of Egypt (c. 2494–2345 BC). It is located in the pyramid field at Saqqara, on the north-east of the Step pyramid of Djoser (reigned ca. 2670 BC).

The Pyramid complex of Userkaf was built c. 2490 for the pharaoh Userkaf (reign BC), founder of the dynasty of Egypt (c. It is located in the pyramid field at Saqqara, on the north-east of the Step pyramid of Djoser (reigned ca.

Djoser (Zoser) Pyramid Complex at Saqqara in Egypt | Also known as "The Step Pyramid" or "The First Pyramid".

Djoser Pyramid Complex at Saqqara in Egypt

Step Pyramid of Djoser, Saqqara, Egypt. The first of the great pyramids built in Egypt, during the Old Kingdom's 3rd Dynasty about 2800 BC

Step Pyramid Photo by: peifferc, Creative Commons The Step Pyramid of Djoser (Zoser) is the earliest stone pyramid in Egypt, thus became an important

Entrance to the Saqqarah in Giza, Egypt

Entrance to the Saqqarah in Giza, Egypt

Saite entrance of Djoser pyramid at Saqqara

Saite entrance of Djoser pyramid at Saqqara

The funerary complex of Djoser (Zoser) is believed to have been built around the beginning of the 3rd Dynasty. It is a walled compound that is constructed from stone rather than the mud brick.  Imhotep was the architect of this revolutionary wonder. He was later worshiped as a god for the remarkable craftsmanship in the complex. Imhotep translated into stone the early Egyptian architecture of mud-brick, wood and reeds. This is seen in many of the monuments that are in the complex.

The funerary complex of Djoser (Zoser) is believed to have been built around the beginning of the Dynasty. It is a walled compound that is constructed from stone rather than the mud brick. Imhotep was the architect of this revolutionary wonder. He wa

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