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Saqqara,

ancient necropolis, Egypt: see SakkaraSakkara
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, necropolis (burial place) of ancient Memphis, Egypt, 3 mi (5 km) from the Nile and on the border of the Libyan desert. Djoser (Zoser) had his famous step-pyramid, a precursor of the familiar straight-sided pyramid, built there in the III dynasty,
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Saqqara

 

a village in the Arab Republic of Egypt, in Lower Egypt. Population, 12,700 (1966). A necropolis of ancient Memphis is located near Saqqara. The most important of the funeral complexes of the pharaohs of the first through sixth dynasties is the 60-m high stepped pyramid of the pharaoh Zoser, built by the architect Imhotep in the 28th century B.C. The remains of the structures surrounding the pyramid are also important.

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