(Imhotep; Egyptian Jj-m-Ḥtp; Greek Ἰμούθης/Imoúthēs). Documented in contemporary inscriptions and papyri at the beginning of the 3rd Dynasty (around 2650 BC) under Djoser and Sechemchet as the highest ranking official, senior demesne administrator and high priest of Heliopolis, perhaps also in the (cult?) role of senior sculptor and site manager. In light …
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