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  1. Arashibar Reply

    Saqqara Temple. Details of egyptian art, pharaohs, temples, paintings, statues. Save Comp. Similar Photos See All. Saqqara is a vast burial ground serving as the necropolis for the Ancient Egyptian capital, Memphis. There are pyramids, such as the step pyramid of .

  2. Faell Reply

    It lies across the Nile from the ancient city of Memphis (“mn nfr”) to the south of Giza and north of Saqqara. The site was probably chosen because the necropolises of Giza and Saqqara were already littered with pyramids and tombs and Abusir Lake linked the site to the river and made it easier to deliver supplies to the site by boat.

  3. Fekasa Reply

    Feb 26,  · Saqqara Step Pyramid For many travelers, the pyramids mean only Giza's famed monuments, but there's another group of pyramids within day-tripping distance of Cairo. Thirty kilometers north of the capital, the vast necropolis site of Saqqara and the nearby sites of Dahshur and Abu Sir are where pyramid building in Egypt first began.

  4. Nikohn Reply

    Jun 10,  · Saqqara is a vast necropolis for ancient Egypt’s former capital Memphis containing the pyramids of nearly 20 pharaohs The necropolis is located close to the entrance to the Nile delta in Egypt’s Lower Kingdom It’s signature structure is Djoser’s Step Pyramid one of .

  5. Zuluk Reply

    The Serapeum of Saqqara is located north west of the Pyramid of Djoser at Saqqara, a necropolis near Memphis in Lower Egypt. It was a burial place of the Apis bulls, sacred bulls that were incarnations of Ptah. It was believed that the bulls became immortal after death as Osiris-Apis, a name shortened to Serapis in the Hellenic period.

  6. Kagadal Reply

    Saqqara is a vast burial ground serving as the necropolis for the Ancient Egyptian capital, Memphis.

  7. Gardamuro Reply

    Serapeum, also spelled Sarapeum, or Sarapieion, either of two temples of ancient Egypt, dedicated to the worship of the Greco-Egyptian god Serapis (Sarapis). The original elaborate temple of that name was located on the west bank of the Nile near Ṣaqqārah and originated as a monument to the deceased Apis bulls, sacred animals of the god Ptah.

  8. Kakus Reply

    The temple was discovered by Auguste Mariette, who had gone to Egypt to collect coptic manuscripts, but later grew interested in the remains of the Saqqara necropolis. In , Mariette found the head of one sphinx sticking out of the shifting desert sand dunes, cleared the sand and followed the boulevard to .

  9. Malale Reply

    Jun 03,  · Saqqara (Sakkara) Pyramids: Step Pyramid, Temple, and Mastabas! - See 3, traveler reviews, 2, candid photos, and great deals for Giza, Egypt, at Tripadvisor.5/5(3K).

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