The Pyramid Builder
What he is Remembered for
Djoser was in power for around 19 years. While we do not know exactly how he came to be in power we figure that he succeeded his brother. Djoser had one wife and one child, Hetephernebti and Inetkaes.
The most remembered building project that Djoser undertook was the building of his step pyramid. It was built near the capitol saquara. During Djosers reign not many military actions happened. Though the border of Egupt widened to Elephantine. Another thing that is interesting about Djoser is that he was the first Pharaoh to live his life entirely in Memphis.
Djosers cause of death is unknown. One way he effected Egypt after his death is that pyramids were built more often for Pharaos after him.
Djoser's son Inetkaes
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