Definition for sakkara (2 of 2)
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The great antiquity of the tombs at Sakkara makes these of importance, although much of the work is inferior to that at Thebes.
Cholula has been compared to the groups of Dachour, Sakkara and the step pyramid of Médourn.The Story of Atlantis and the Lost Lemuria|W. Scott-Elliot
Close to Sakkara are the dense palm-groves of Bedrashen, which surround and cover the site of ancient Memphis.
Three pyramids were constructed at Gizeh and four other groups at Sakkara, the site of the ancient city of Memphis.
In addition to the pyramids, Sakkara has many tombs of the greatest interest, two of which I will describe.