The Role Of Imhotep In The Third Dynasty Of Egypt's Ancient Egypt

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I found the topic Imhotep curious, he was a high priest in the third dynasty of Egypt’s Old Kingdom. After his death Imhotep was given godly honors and this was rare because he was not a pharaoh. Later on when the Greeks began to rule all the Egyptians worshipped Imhotep as a full deity, he was thought to over power all other Egyptians healings gods. During the third dynasty there was this form of paper called papyruses, which was made from thin cute stems of reeds that grew along the Nile. The earliest document of medicine was the Edwin Smith Surgical and it was documented on Papyrus. This early document of Edwin Smith Surgical Papyrus was loosely associated with Imhotep, which might or might not be true it is uncertain. However this document

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