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Attractions in Saqqara

xTravel information about Meidum City

Meidum City is one of the cities of Beni Suef Governorate that locates about 100 km away from Cairo and about 25 km away from Read More
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x Pyramid of Sekhemkhet in Saqqara

The Pyramid of Sekhemkhet is located in the section of Unas Pyramid, in the Necropolis of Saqqara. Though unfinished, the Complex of Sekhemkhet is similar Read More
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x Mastaba of Mereruka

Mereruka held the title “Vizier of the King (Teti) of Upper and Lower Egypt”, an office which made him the second most powerful person in Read More
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Pyramid of Queen Iput

The Pyramid of Queen Iput, wife of King Teti (2323-2291), was constructed at a distance of about 100 m to the north of the mortuary Read More
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Tomb of Ti

Ti was an overseer of the pyramids and Sun-Temples of Kings Neferirkare and Neuserre of the Fifth Dynasty. His Tomb is located in the western Read More
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Mastaba of the Two Brothers

The Mastaba of the Two Brothers is located in the section of the Pyramid of Unas, in the Necropolis of Saqqara. The ‘Two Brothers’ are Read More
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Tomb of Princess Idut

The Tomb of Idut (Idu) is located in the section of the Pyramid of Unas, in the Necropolis of Saqqara. It is one of the Read More
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Tomb of Neferrenpet

The Tomb of Neferrenpet (Neferren-pet) is located in the section of Unas Pyramid, in the Necropolis of Saqqara. It dates back to the reign of Read More
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Tomb of Nefer

Nefer held the titles ‘Supervisor of Artisans’ and ‘Director of Choir Singers’ during early Fifth Dynasty. His tomb was a non-royal tomb of two esteemed Read More
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Tomb of Maya

Maya was Overseer of the Treasury and Overseer of Works during the reign of the boy-king Tutankhamun in the Eighteenth Dynasty. At Tutankhamun’s death, Maya Read More
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Tomb of Kaaper

The Tomb of Kaaper (or Ka-Aper) is situated in the northern section of the Necropolis of Saqqara. Dating back to the Fifth Dynasty, during the Read More
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Tomb of Irukaptah

Dug entirely out of the rocky wall, the Tomb of Irukaptah is located in the section of Unas Pyramid, in the Necropolis of Saqqara. The Read More
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Tomb of Horemheb

Horemheb was the “General of Generals of the Army” during the reigns of Tutankhamun and Ay. He ordered the works of his tomb before he Read More
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Tomb of Hesire

Hesire was a high official during the reign of Netjerikhet (Dosjer) of the Third Dynasty. He held the titles of: ‘The Great one of Buto’, Read More
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Tomb of Aper-el

Revealed by Alain Zivie, the Tomb of Aper-el (or Aperia) is located in the section of Unas Pyramid, in the Necropolis of Saqqara. Aper-el was Read More
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The Pantheon of the Philosophers

Dating back to the Roman Period, the Pantheon of the Philosophers is a semi-circle of statues of famous Greek philosophers and poets, located in the Read More
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The Serapeum of Saqqara

Dating back to the Greco-Roman Period, the Serapeum is located in the western section of the Necropolis of Saqqara. Close to the Serapeum lies the Read More
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Mastaba of Vizier Mehu

Mehu was ‘Chief Justice and Vizier’ during the early part of Dynasty VI, probably during the reigns of Teti and Pepy I, and was married Read More
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Mastaba of Shepseskaf

Pharaoh Shepseskaf was the last ruler of the Fourth Dynasty and reigned for perhaps 5 years. The Mastaba of Shepseskaf (also known as ‘Mastabet Pharaon’) Read More
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Mastaba of Queens Khenut and Nebet

Queens Nebet (Nebit) and Khenut were wifes of King Unas (Unis). The Double Mastaba of Nebet and Khenut is located in the section of the Read More
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