The Pyramid of Djoser is an archeological remain in the Saqqara necropolis, Egypt, northwest of the city of Memphis. It was assembled ca. 27th century BC amid the Third administration for the internment of Pharaoh Djoser by his vizier, Imhotep. The pyramid is the focal component of an immense funeral home complex in a huge patio encompassed by formal structures and adornment. This first Egyptian pyramid comprised of six mastabas of diminishing size worked on each other in what were plainly corrections and improvements of the first arrangement.
The pyramid initially stood 62 meters 203 ft tall, with a base of 109 m × 125 m 358 ft × 410 ft and was clad in cleaned white limestone. The progression pyramid or proto-pyramid is thought to be the most punctual huge scale cut stone development, in spite of the fact that the pyramids at Caral in South America are contemporary and the close-by fenced in area known as Gisr el-Mudir would appear to originate before the complex. Djoser was the first or second ruler of the third Dynasty ca. 2667 to 2648 BC of the Egyptian Old Kingdom ca. 2686 to 2125 BC. He is accepted to have ruled for a long time or, if the 19 years were biennial tax assessment years, 38 years.