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Djeser

An ancient Egyptian unit of length approximately equivalent to 30 centimeters.
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The museum showcases a total of 2,500 artefacts from various ancient eras; Roman, Greek, and Pharaonic, most notably a statue of Imhotep -- the architect of the Step Pyramid of Djoser in Saqqara -- an icon of Virgin Mary, and a statue of the god Osiris.
Djoser Pyramid in Saqqara - Wikipedia CAIRO - 14 August 2019: The Ministry of Antiquities will soon complete the facilities for a number of archaeological museums, which are scheduled to launch during the remaining months of 2019.
A team of Polish archaeologists, from the Department of Egyptology at the University of Warsaw's Faculty of Oriental Studies, have found hundreds of mummies around the Pyramid of Djoser, also known as the world's oldest pyramid and the (https://www.ancient.eu/article/862/the-step-pyramid-of-djoser/) Step Pyramid of Djoser at Saqqara in Egypt.
Egypt's 4,700-year-old Step Pyramid, also known as the Pyramid of Djoser, was at imminent risk of collapse after an earthquake hit in 1992.
Few months ago, I visited Saqqara, the location of the famous step pyramid of Djoser in Egypt, to unravel a mystery engraved on a particular tombstone.
shadow of the step pyramid of Djoser, to view the new finds.
The comparanda are as follows: 1) the royal tombs at Abydos, 2) private tombs of the First through Third Dynasties in North Saqqara, 3) the "South Tomb" of the Djoser complex, 4) early Fourth Dynasty private tombs, and 5) the tomb of Shepseskaf.
In 2686 B.C., Djoser became the first king of the third dynasty (Scarre, 2005), and he accomplished a feat that ultimately defined the beginning of the Old Kingdom (Holly, 2014).
Nesse festival, que e mais bem documentado no complexo funerario de Djoser da III dinastia, o rei devia fazer uma corrida contra um inimigo invisivel, a idade avancada, e precisava mostrar suas habilidades para provar que ainda possuia vigor e forca para administrar o pais.
"Imhotep Vizier to King Djoser in the third dynasty became celebrated as an astronomer, architect, writer, sage, and physician.
Allen leaves behind his wife of 25 years, Lia White-Allen, and four children: Saiid, Khephren, Akosua, and Djoser.
Age of the oldest known tomb to a gay couple, Niankhknumand Khnumhotep, who are depicted in ancient Egyptian carvings embracing and kissing, near the famous Pyramid of Djoser in the necropolis of Saqqara