The Third Dynasty has begun, with one of Egypt’s most famous kings: Netjery-khet Djoser. Seeking to surpass his predecessors and establish a truly eternal resting place, the king commissions his architect Imhotep (Iy-m-htp “He who comes in peace”), an enduring name thanks to history and The Mummy (1999).
Imhotep plans a new monument, one that will live forever.
Imhotep (left), and “Imhotep” (right).
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