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Saved city, 49 feet around city hall, in between the was were loose stone, rock and rubble.
Djoser's tomb at Saqqara= Step Pyramid- Why is it important?
Was the most elaborate, 62.5 meters high, Is buried inside it as well as queens and children.
First Architect= Imhotep. What were his titles?
High Priest, Prime minister, and treasurer for Djoser.
Red Pyramid was the first true pyramid- Why?
Also called the North Pyramid, allowed pharoahs to place weight on top and corral would spread it out. Interior was made up of arches and rooms.
Contracting the Great Pyramid- Details:
2,300,000 limestone bricks, Rudimentary copper and stone cutting blocks, Barges to float blocks, used pearly white limestone to polish the outside. Labor=4,000 workers, Took 23 years to build.
Design of the Exterior and Interior
Multiple rooms in the southern part (usually had the body, also the heart was the only thing kept) Other body parts were in the Northern part in jars.
New Kingdom Summary
Thebes= capital, time of temples and monuments, built new cities, A female pharoah
Deir El Bahari
Hatsheput and Senmut built, built directly into a cliff, had lots of columns, open trade
Parts of a Columns
Capital (Top), Shaft ( Middle), Base (Bottom) also Lotus Bud (Open), Lotus Flower (closed), and fluted
City planning at Akhetaten. Details.
Mostly destroyed, impatient with building, used bricks, people didn't like that he worshiped on god this was different from other pharoahs.
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