Identity:      Djoser, King
Material:    Painted Limestone
Period:       Old Kingdom, 3rd Dynasty
Reign:         Djoser

Height:       142 cm
Width:         45.3 cm
Length:       95.5 cm

This statue is thought to be the oldest, life size,
sculpture known from Egyptian antiquity. It was placed
inside a small closed room (so-called "serdab") at the
north eastern corner of the Step Pyramid of king
Djoser in Sakkara, the earliest monumental
construction made of stone. Here the statue became
the dwelling of the "ka" or guardian spirit of the king
who is represented seated on an elevated throne with
a high back. He could thus hear the prayers, smell the
scent of incense and enjoy the offerings. The king is
shown wearing the "nemes" headdress, a false beard,
and carries a scepter in his right hand. His eyes which
were once inlaid with semi-precious stones retain a
straight look giving it a lifelike effect. The inscription on
the base of the throne gives the royal Horus name
The Egyptian Museum, Cairo

Identity:        Khufu, King
Material:      Ivory
Period:         Old Kingdom, 4th
Reign:          Khufu

Height:       7.5 cm
Width:        2.5 cm
Profile:       2.9 cm

This small statuette is important
because it is the only surviving
complete representation of the great
king Khufu, builder of the Great
Pyramid at Giza. The king sits on the
throne wearing the red crown of
Lower Egypt and holds the "nekhekh"
scepter of dignity in his right hand.
The face shows features of an old
man with strong personality

The Egyptian Museum, Cairo
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According to the Wikipedia the term “Reaching Heaven” is a
common description in temple tower inscriptions. The name Babylon
derives from the native Akkadian ‘Bab-ilu’, which means ‘Gate or
Gateways of the Gods’.

Based off these descriptions, the purpose of the ziggurats or great
temple towers, such as Babylon, may have included “Heavenly
Gateways” or “Transport Stations” for the gods.

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