EGYPT archaeologists have restarted work in Saqqara following lockdown restrictions and Egyptologist Dr Chris Naunton says they have jumped straight into the deep end in an excavation that could reveal more about famous missing royal Imhotep.
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The earliest example of a burial pyramid in Ancient Egypt was the step pyramid, which was stacked in such a way that the sides formed steps. The first known of these was the Pyramid of Djoser, designed by Djoser's vizier Imhotep and constructed around 2667 to 2648 BCE
The Great Pyramid of Khufu in Giza is arguably the most famous of all pyramids in Egypt, or in the world for that matter. Yet, this was not the first pyramid that was built by the ancient Egyptians. An earlier Egyptian pyramid was built 4,700 years ago in Saqqara for a 3rd Dynasty pharaoh Netjerikhet, commonly known as Djoser.