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Tomb of Neferseshemptah, Saqqara

The so called 'street of tombs' near the pyramid of Teti contains some of the most remarkable Old Kingdom mastaba tombs at Saqqara.

The tomb of Neferseshemptah is one of the smaller examples but contains fine relief carvings and an unusually impressive false doorway, carved with figures in high relief of the deceased and his family.
egyptsites.wordpress.com/2009/02/21/tomb-of-neferseshemptah/

Saqqara, the necropolis of Memphis, is one of the most fascinating sites in Egypt, as well as one of its earliest. The major monument here is Djoser's step pyramid, the earliest stone-built architectural monument which dominates the site.

Other pharaohs built pyramids here though most have not survived in such good conditions and some were never even finished. Two of the pyramids (those of Unas and Teti) contain chambers decorated with hieroglyph texts (the so called 'Pyramid Texts') that are amongst the earliest manifestations of ancient Egyptian writing.

The most significant survival from an artistic point of view however are the many early mastaba tombs (built from mud-brick and adorned with fine limestone reliefs within). Most visitors will not have time to do them justice and may have to just choose a couple to focus on if making a first visit. The art is of a very high quality and quite remote stylistically from the more esoteric scenes within the much later tombs of Thebes.

Saqqara can be a bewildering site to explore at first, but a little prior research will reveal the locations and best places to visit.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saqqara




Tomb of Neferseshemptah, Saqqara

The so called 'street of tombs' near the pyramid of Teti contains some of the most remarkable Old Kingdom mastaba tombs at Saqqara.

The tomb of Neferseshemptah is one of the smaller examples but contains fine relief carvings and an unusually impressive false doorway, carved with figures in high relief of the deceased and his family.
egyptsites.wordpress.com/2009/02/21/tomb-of-neferseshemptah/

Saqqara, the necropolis of Memphis, is one of the most fascinating sites in Egypt, as well as one of its earliest. The major monument here is Djoser's step pyramid, the earliest stone-built architectural monument which dominates the site.

Other pharaohs built pyramids here though most have not survived in such good conditions and some were never even finished. Two of the pyramids (those of Unas and Teti) contain chambers decorated with hieroglyph texts (the so called 'Pyramid Texts') that are amongst the earliest manifestations of ancient Egyptian writing.

The most significant survival from an artistic point of view however are the many early mastaba tombs (built from mud-brick and adorned with fine limestone reliefs within). Most visitors will not have time to do them justice and may have to just choose a couple to focus on if making a first visit. The art is of a very high quality and quite remote stylistically from the more esoteric scenes within the much later tombs of Thebes.

Saqqara can be a bewildering site to explore at first, but a little prior research will reveal the locations and best places to visit.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saqqara




Offering Bearers, Tomb of Ankmahor, Saqqara

The so called 'street of tombs' near the pyramid of Teti contains some of the most remarkable Old Kingdom mastaba tombs at Saqqara.

The tomb of Ankmahor is one of the smaller examples but contains some fine relief carvings.
egyptsites.wordpress.com/2009/02/21/tomb-of-ankhmahor/

Saqqara, the necropolis of Memphis, is one of the most fascinating sites in Egypt, as well as one of its earliest. The major monument here is Djoser's step pyramid, the earliest stone-built architectural monument which dominates the site.

Other pharaohs built pyramids here though most have not survived in such good conditions and some were never even finished. Two of the pyramids (those of Unas and Teti) contain chambers decorated with hieroglyph texts (the so called 'Pyramid Texts') that are amongst the earliest manifestations of ancient Egyptian writing.

The most significant survival from an artistic point of view however are the many early mastaba tombs (built from mud-brick and adorned with fine limestone reliefs within). Most visitors will not have time to do them justice and may have to just choose a couple to focus on if making a first visit. The art is of a very high quality and quite remote stylistically from the more esoteric scenes within the much later tombs of Thebes.

Saqqara can be a bewildering site to explore at first, but a little prior research will reveal the locations and best places to visit.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saqqara




Tomb of Ankmahor, Saqqara

The so called 'street of tombs' near the pyramid of Teti contains some of the most remarkable Old Kingdom mastaba tombs at Saqqara.

The tomb of Ankmahor is one of the smaller examples but contains some fine relief carvings.
egyptsites.wordpress.com/2009/02/21/tomb-of-ankhmahor/

Saqqara, the necropolis of Memphis, is one of the most fascinating sites in Egypt, as well as one of its earliest. The major monument here is Djoser's step pyramid, the earliest stone-built architectural monument which dominates the site.

Other pharaohs built pyramids here though most have not survived in such good conditions and some were never even finished. Two of the pyramids (those of Unas and Teti) contain chambers decorated with hieroglyph texts (the so called 'Pyramid Texts') that are amongst the earliest manifestations of ancient Egyptian writing.

The most significant survival from an artistic point of view however are the many early mastaba tombs (built from mud-brick and adorned with fine limestone reliefs within). Most visitors will not have time to do them justice and may have to just choose a couple to focus on if making a first visit. The art is of a very high quality and quite remote stylistically from the more esoteric scenes within the much later tombs of Thebes.

Saqqara can be a bewildering site to explore at first, but a little prior research will reveal the locations and best places to visit.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saqqara




Tomb of Ankmahor, Saqqara

The so called 'street of tombs' near the pyramid of Teti contains some of the most remarkable Old Kingdom mastaba tombs at Saqqara.

The tomb of Ankmahor is one of the smaller examples but contains some fine relief carvings.
egyptsites.wordpress.com/2009/02/21/tomb-of-ankhmahor/

Saqqara, the necropolis of Memphis, is one of the most fascinating sites in Egypt, as well as one of its earliest. The major monument here is Djoser's step pyramid, the earliest stone-built architectural monument which dominates the site.

Other pharaohs built pyramids here though most have not survived in such good conditions and some were never even finished. Two of the pyramids (those of Unas and Teti) contain chambers decorated with hieroglyph texts (the so called 'Pyramid Texts') that are amongst the earliest manifestations of ancient Egyptian writing.

The most significant survival from an artistic point of view however are the many early mastaba tombs (built from mud-brick and adorned with fine limestone reliefs within). Most visitors will not have time to do them justice and may have to just choose a couple to focus on if making a first visit. The art is of a very high quality and quite remote stylistically from the more esoteric scenes within the much later tombs of Thebes.

Saqqara can be a bewildering site to explore at first, but a little prior research will reveal the locations and best places to visit.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saqqara




Tomb of Neferseshemptah, Saqqara

The so called 'street of tombs' near the pyramid of Teti contains some of the most remarkable Old Kingdom mastaba tombs at Saqqara.

The tomb of Neferseshemptah is one of the smaller examples but contains fine relief carvings and an unusually impressive false doorway, carved with figures in high relief of the deceased and his family.
egyptsites.wordpress.com/2009/02/21/tomb-of-neferseshemptah/

Saqqara, the necropolis of Memphis, is one of the most fascinating sites in Egypt, as well as one of its earliest. The major monument here is Djoser's step pyramid, the earliest stone-built architectural monument which dominates the site.

Other pharaohs built pyramids here though most have not survived in such good conditions and some were never even finished. Two of the pyramids (those of Unas and Teti) contain chambers decorated with hieroglyph texts (the so called 'Pyramid Texts') that are amongst the earliest manifestations of ancient Egyptian writing.

The most significant survival from an artistic point of view however are the many early mastaba tombs (built from mud-brick and adorned with fine limestone reliefs within). Most visitors will not have time to do them justice and may have to just choose a couple to focus on if making a first visit. The art is of a very high quality and quite remote stylistically from the more esoteric scenes within the much later tombs of Thebes.

Saqqara can be a bewildering site to explore at first, but a little prior research will reveal the locations and best places to visit.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saqqara




Men with Dog, Tomb of Ankmahor, Saqqara

The so called 'street of tombs' near the pyramid of Teti contains some of the most remarkable Old Kingdom mastaba tombs at Saqqara.

The tomb of Ankmahor is one of the smaller examples but contains some fine relief carvings.
egyptsites.wordpress.com/2009/02/21/tomb-of-ankhmahor/

Saqqara, the necropolis of Memphis, is one of the most fascinating sites in Egypt, as well as one of its earliest. The major monument here is Djoser's step pyramid, the earliest stone-built architectural monument which dominates the site.

Other pharaohs built pyramids here though most have not survived in such good conditions and some were never even finished. Two of the pyramids (those of Unas and Teti) contain chambers decorated with hieroglyph texts (the so called 'Pyramid Texts') that are amongst the earliest manifestations of ancient Egyptian writing.

The most significant survival from an artistic point of view however are the many early mastaba tombs (built from mud-brick and adorned with fine limestone reliefs within). Most visitors will not have time to do them justice and may have to just choose a couple to focus on if making a first visit. The art is of a very high quality and quite remote stylistically from the more esoteric scenes within the much later tombs of Thebes.

Saqqara can be a bewildering site to explore at first, but a little prior research will reveal the locations and best places to visit.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saqqara




Tomb of Neferseshemptah, Saqqara

The so called 'street of tombs' near the pyramid of Teti contains some of the most remarkable Old Kingdom mastaba tombs at Saqqara.

The tomb of Neferseshemptah is one of the smaller examples but contains fine relief carvings and an unusually impressive false doorway, carved with figures in high relief of the deceased and his family.
egyptsites.wordpress.com/2009/02/21/tomb-of-neferseshemptah/

Saqqara, the necropolis of Memphis, is one of the most fascinating sites in Egypt, as well as one of its earliest. The major monument here is Djoser's step pyramid, the earliest stone-built architectural monument which dominates the site.

Other pharaohs built pyramids here though most have not survived in such good conditions and some were never even finished. Two of the pyramids (those of Unas and Teti) contain chambers decorated with hieroglyph texts (the so called 'Pyramid Texts') that are amongst the earliest manifestations of ancient Egyptian writing.

The most significant survival from an artistic point of view however are the many early mastaba tombs (built from mud-brick and adorned with fine limestone reliefs within). Most visitors will not have time to do them justice and may have to just choose a couple to focus on if making a first visit. The art is of a very high quality and quite remote stylistically from the more esoteric scenes within the much later tombs of Thebes.

Saqqara can be a bewildering site to explore at first, but a little prior research will reveal the locations and best places to visit.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saqqara




Mini-Goats, Tomb of Ankmahor, Saqqara

The so called 'street of tombs' near the pyramid of Teti contains some of the most remarkable Old Kingdom mastaba tombs at Saqqara.

The tomb of Ankmahor is one of the smaller examples but contains some fine relief carvings.
egyptsites.wordpress.com/2009/02/21/tomb-of-ankhmahor/

Saqqara, the necropolis of Memphis, is one of the most fascinating sites in Egypt, as well as one of its earliest. The major monument here is Djoser's step pyramid, the earliest stone-built architectural monument which dominates the site.

Other pharaohs built pyramids here though most have not survived in such good conditions and some were never even finished. Two of the pyramids (those of Unas and Teti) contain chambers decorated with hieroglyph texts (the so called 'Pyramid Texts') that are amongst the earliest manifestations of ancient Egyptian writing.

The most significant survival from an artistic point of view however are the many early mastaba tombs (built from mud-brick and adorned with fine limestone reliefs within). Most visitors will not have time to do them justice and may have to just choose a couple to focus on if making a first visit. The art is of a very high quality and quite remote stylistically from the more esoteric scenes within the much later tombs of Thebes.

Saqqara can be a bewildering site to explore at first, but a little prior research will reveal the locations and best places to visit.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saqqara




Tomb of Ankmahor, Saqqara

The so called 'street of tombs' near the pyramid of Teti contains some of the most remarkable Old Kingdom mastaba tombs at Saqqara.

The tomb of Ankmahor is one of the smaller examples but contains some fine relief carvings.
egyptsites.wordpress.com/2009/02/21/tomb-of-ankhmahor/

Saqqara, the necropolis of Memphis, is one of the most fascinating sites in Egypt, as well as one of its earliest. The major monument here is Djoser's step pyramid, the earliest stone-built architectural monument which dominates the site.

Other pharaohs built pyramids here though most have not survived in such good conditions and some were never even finished. Two of the pyramids (those of Unas and Teti) contain chambers decorated with hieroglyph texts (the so called 'Pyramid Texts') that are amongst the earliest manifestations of ancient Egyptian writing.

The most significant survival from an artistic point of view however are the many early mastaba tombs (built from mud-brick and adorned with fine limestone reliefs within). Most visitors will not have time to do them justice and may have to just choose a couple to focus on if making a first visit. The art is of a very high quality and quite remote stylistically from the more esoteric scenes within the much later tombs of Thebes.

Saqqara can be a bewildering site to explore at first, but a little prior research will reveal the locations and best places to visit.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saqqara




Tomb of Ankmahor, Saqqara

The so called 'street of tombs' near the pyramid of Teti contains some of the most remarkable Old Kingdom mastaba tombs at Saqqara.

The tomb of Ankmahor is one of the smaller examples but contains some fine relief carvings.
egyptsites.wordpress.com/2009/02/21/tomb-of-ankhmahor/

Saqqara, the necropolis of Memphis, is one of the most fascinating sites in Egypt, as well as one of its earliest. The major monument here is Djoser's step pyramid, the earliest stone-built architectural monument which dominates the site.

Other pharaohs built pyramids here though most have not survived in such good conditions and some were never even finished. Two of the pyramids (those of Unas and Teti) contain chambers decorated with hieroglyph texts (the so called 'Pyramid Texts') that are amongst the earliest manifestations of ancient Egyptian writing.

The most significant survival from an artistic point of view however are the many early mastaba tombs (built from mud-brick and adorned with fine limestone reliefs within). Most visitors will not have time to do them justice and may have to just choose a couple to focus on if making a first visit. The art is of a very high quality and quite remote stylistically from the more esoteric scenes within the much later tombs of Thebes.

Saqqara can be a bewildering site to explore at first, but a little prior research will reveal the locations and best places to visit.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saqqara




Tomb of Ankmahor, Saqqara

The so called 'street of tombs' near the pyramid of Teti contains some of the most remarkable Old Kingdom mastaba tombs at Saqqara.

The tomb of Ankmahor is one of the smaller examples but contains some fine relief carvings.
egyptsites.wordpress.com/2009/02/21/tomb-of-ankhmahor/

Saqqara, the necropolis of Memphis, is one of the most fascinating sites in Egypt, as well as one of its earliest. The major monument here is Djoser's step pyramid, the earliest stone-built architectural monument which dominates the site.

Other pharaohs built pyramids here though most have not survived in such good conditions and some were never even finished. Two of the pyramids (those of Unas and Teti) contain chambers decorated with hieroglyph texts (the so called 'Pyramid Texts') that are amongst the earliest manifestations of ancient Egyptian writing.

The most significant survival from an artistic point of view however are the many early mastaba tombs (built from mud-brick and adorned with fine limestone reliefs within). Most visitors will not have time to do them justice and may have to just choose a couple to focus on if making a first visit. The art is of a very high quality and quite remote stylistically from the more esoteric scenes within the much later tombs of Thebes.

Saqqara can be a bewildering site to explore at first, but a little prior research will reveal the locations and best places to visit.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saqqara




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