Imhotep Museum an archaeological museum, which was established at the foot of Saqqara necropolis in Memphis of Egypt, is dedicated to Imhotep, the prodigy of Ancient Egypt.
Tourism In Egypt has some of the most attractive Egyptian Sites and an interesting contemporary culture, the trove of antiquities is what attracts most visitors. Egypt has listed above 50 museums and still many have still to find their way to the list as it has reached the heart of tourist worldwide.
|Location:||29° 52′ 12″ N, 31° 12′ 57.96″ E|
|Summer Opening Hours:||8:00am-5:00pm|
|Winter Opening Hours:||7:00am-7:00pm|
|Display Size:||Most prized 250 items|
|During Ramadan:||till 4:00pm|
Imhotep was the vizier of King Djoser and creative genius behind Step Pyramid that is considered the beginning of Pyramid history of Egypt. Before the tombs used to be made of mud but he changed the process significantly leading to the making of Great Pyramids.
Imhotep was the most famous and first real architect, first astrologer to start the Ephimeric system and Egypt writing skills, inventor of black ink for writing , first real doctor in human history, and so on. His life and death both mystifies and beckons Ancient Egypt enthusiasts.
The museum of Imhotep was established on 2006 to immortalize the great pioneer of Ancient Egypt. The Egyptologist Jean-Philippe Lauer dedicated his whole life to the Saqqara complex and Djoser excavations that lead to the construction of this museum.
The building consists mainly of 6 large halls with a large corridor, where two halls are at the entrance and rest four on the other two sides of the corridor:
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