Step Pyramid of Djoser - Saqqara Necropolis - 1ST built by Ancient Egyptians

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    Step Pyramid of Djoser
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    The Step Pyramid of Djoser at the Saqqara necropolis was the very first pyramid
    built by the ancient Egyptians.

    It was constructed during the 27th century BC for the burial of Pharaoh Djoser
    by his Vizier Imhotep.

    The structure began as a traditional, flat-roofed mastaba but by the end of Djoser’s reign
    it had risen to a six stepped layer Pyramid and stood 204 feet (62 meters) high.

    As in earlier mastaba tombs, the burial chambers of the Step Pyramid are underground,
    hidden in a maze of tunnels.

    5 + 1 (could 5 have been for the 5 major cycles x 13 minor cycles =65 cycles x 144,000=9,360,000
    and; 390 x 24,000 = 360 x 26,000 = 260 x 36,000
    and; 9,360,000/360=26,000 years

    26,000/60 = 5200

    ~ Discovery by Susan Lynne Schwenger

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