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  Imhotep - Crystalinks
As the son of Ptah, his mother was sometimes said to be Sekhmet, who was often said to be married to Ptah, since she was the patron of Upper Egypt.
Imhotep is credited as the founder of Egyptian medicine, and as author of the Edwin Smith papyrus, in which more than 90 anatomical terms and 48 injuries are described.
Imhotep is one example of the "personality cult" of Kemet, whereby a learned sage or otherwise especially venerated person could be deified after death and become a special intercessor for the living, much as the saints of Roman Catholicism.
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  Imhotep ~ Ancient Worlds Egypt
During this period, Imhotep was declared the son of Ptah and Sekhmet in the Triad of Mennefer (Memphis), and was sometimes identified with their son Nefertem.
Imhotep whose name means "In peace" is one example of the "personality cult" of Kemet, whereby a learned sage or otherwise especially venerated person could be deified after death and become a special intercessor for the living.
Imhotep's diadactic texts were well known in later periods and not only was he honoured by the Greeks but during the Roman era, the emperors Tiberius and Claudius inscribed their praises of the vizer on the walls of their Egyptian temples.
users.tpg.com.au /lisekool/egypt/imhotep.htm   (562 words)

  
 Imhotep the multi-genius left a profound impact on history.
Imhotep lived at the court of King Zoser (Djoser) of the Third Dynasty around 2980 B.C. and established such a reputation as a physician and healer, that during the later stages his adoration grew into deification, where he was worshipped as a god for the next 3000 years in Egypt, Greece and Rome.
Imhotep and the native Black Egyptians were skilled at detecting diseases by observing the shape, colour or condition of the visible areas of the body like the skin, hair, nails and tongue.
Imhotep was introduced to the City of Memphis and embraced in the name of love as a son of Apollo, (the Greek God of the Sun), where he became a god of medicine to the Greeks.
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 Imhotep Biography | Encyclopedia of World Biography
Imhotep, having a vast knowledge of the proper traditions and methods of worship, was able to counsel Zoser on placating the god of the cataract, allowing the Nile to return to its usual flood level.
The image of Imhotep as the "bringer of the Nile inundation," found at his temple at Philae, relates directly to those at Memphis, where as a God of Medicine, Imhotep was especially known for the miracle of bringing fertility to the barren.
Imhotep was also a member of the great triad of Memphis, with Ptah, Imhotep's father among the gods, and Sekhmet, a goddess associated with procreation and childbirth.
www.bookrags.com /biography/imhotep   (1269 words)

  
 Egypt: Imhotep, Doctor, Architect, High Priest, Scribe and Vizier to King Djoser
An inscription on one of that kings statues gives us Imhotep's titles as the "chancellor of the king of lower Egypt", the "first one under the king", the "administrator of the great mansion", the "hereditary Noble", the "high priest of Heliopolis", the "chief sculptor", and finally the "chief carpenter".
Imhotep may have been born in Ankhtowë, a suburb of Memphis early in Egyptian history.
Imhotep lived to a great age, apparently dying in the reign of King Huni, the last of the dynasty.
www.touregypt.net /featurestories/imhotep.htm   (1269 words)

  
 imhotep.tigris.org
Imhotep is a declarative process framework useful for construction of "workflow" scenarios ranging from lightweight state-event-response logic (for example, the typical process logic behind a wizard dialog), to long-running persistent and failsafe workflows.
Imhotep results from over a decade spent in developing successive generations of application development frameworks, during the course of which we developed a formulation of "workflow" (or "process-flow") that would be reusable and extensible across functional domains, and able to support declarative definition of the dynamic aspects of business logic.
Imhotep is particularly associated with "layer 4" of the six-layer architecture, where it serves as a visual and declarative way to define "use-case control" logic.
imhotep.tigris.org   (1470 words)

  
 Imhotep The Man
Imhotep was born a commoner during the 3rd dynasty and rose quickly through the ranks of court & temple, to become Vizier and High Priest of Ptah, and served four pharaohs.
Imhotep, is perhaps best known for his service to Djoser, for whom he built the step pyramid at Saqqara (the worlds first known stone building) and earned the distinction of being the first named architect in human history.
Imhotep was deified as the "Son of Ptah" during the New Kingdom.
wwwstd.enmu.edu /brotherd/pages/imhotep.html   (202 words)

  
 Imhotep Biography | World of Health
Imhotep was a renowned as a physician and, because of his duties as vizier, he undoubtedly advised on medical matters.
Imhotep is believed to be the only non-royal ever elevated to god status by the Egyptians.
Festivals were held in honor of Imhotep and the events of his life, such as his birthday and death, although there is not record of these exact dates.
www.bookrags.com /biography/imhotep-woh   (717 words)

  
 The Historical Imhotep
Imhotep served as vizier to Pharaoh, as well as a head architect, priest of Ptah (god of craftsmen), astrologist and skilled sculptor.
Imhotep buried his beloved wife in the desert near Saqqara, and legend has it that he swore someday to return and raise a great building over her grave, which he did in 2630 (2680?) BC, when he was responsible for the construction of Egypt's very first pyramid!
The RL Imhotep's deeds made him a very well respected man, and after his death he was among the first and few non-royals to be posthumously deified in Egypt.
www.sullivanet.com /mummy/historical-imhotep.htm   (533 words)

  
 Saudi Aramco World : Search For Imhotep   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Curiously, Imhotep's achievements as a physician, for which he is most widely known today, were not widely recognized until 2,000 years after his death.
Almost as quickly as it was revived, however, Imhotep's reputation again disappeared under the sands of the desert—along with most traces of his accomplishments.
When he found another reference saying Imhotep was buried near the "Lake of the Crocodiles," he conjectured that what is now a vast depression of sand in Sakkara was once a lake.
saudiaramcoworld.com /issue/197104/search.for.imhotep.htm   (1241 words)

  
 Saudi Aramco World : Search For Imhotep   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Curiously, Imhotep's achievements as a physician, for which he is most widely known today, were not widely recognized until 2,000 years after his death.
Almost as quickly as it was revived, however, Imhotep's reputation again disappeared under the sands of the desert—along with most traces of his accomplishments.
When he found another reference saying Imhotep was buried near the "Lake of the Crocodiles," he conjectured that what is now a vast depression of sand in Sakkara was once a lake.
www.saudiaramcoworld.com /issue/197104/search.for.imhotep.htm   (1241 words)

  
 Imhotep | Ancient Egypt Architecture and Medicine
Imhotep was believed for a fairly long time to be nothing but a mythological figure, and is very similar in some ways to the Judeo-Christian's Joseph (of Techni-colored Dreamcoat fame).
Imhotep is considered to be responsible for the use of columns in Egyptian architecture and for the creation of and advancements in the field of ancient Egyptian medicine.
Regardless of whether or not Imhotep was a real historical figure, his reputation is maintained even now; his architectural work and discoveries in ancient medicine have become the basis of both fields as they are now.
www.ancient-egypt-online.com /imhotep.html   (467 words)

  
 Imhotep - Memory Alpha, the Star Trek Wiki   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Imhotep are a humanoid species with vaguely amphibian characteristics from the Delta Quadrant.
For years, the Imhotep were at war with the Antarians and the Terrellians.
Imhotep is also the name of an ancient Egyptian god on Earth and was the name of the title character in the "Mummy" films.
memory-alpha.org /en/index.php?title=Imhotep&redirect=no   (174 words)

  
 Joseph and Imhotep
Imhotep was a commoner by birth, but rose through the ranks with his natural talents and dedication.
Imhotep was revered as the son of PTAH, a creator-god of Memphis, the patron god of craftsmen; equated by the Greeks with Hephaestus.
Imhotep's name is inscribed on the north side of the enclosure wall of Sekhemkhet's unfinished pyramid which suggests that he was also responsible for this later project.
aquarianmysteries.com /josephimhotep.html   (836 words)

  
 Imhotep - Great Buildings Online
Imhotep existed as a mythological figure in the minds of most scholars until the end of the nineteenth century when he was established as a real historical personage.
Revered as a god, a patron of scribes, a sage, and leader, Imhotep is often considered the first true architect.
Imhotep is comsidered to be the earliest known named architect.
www.greatbuildings.com /architects/Imhotep.html   (171 words)

  
 Imhotep vs. Moses @ WWWF Grudge Match
So, while almighty Imhotep might seem invincible, all it takes is an engineer, some butchers, sick people, tourists, and a couple of squirrels before all that's left is a toe, which will be quickly scrounged up by a college kid and used for hazing a new kid.
Imhotep's provocation will be all that's needed to allow the Israelies to seize the Temple Mount and rebuild the Temple, thus completing the last prophecy of the the end times and allowing the world to end when the seven years of Tribulation expire.
Imhotep doesn't even need to leave his castle, what with the gods and the rest of the world on his side.
www.grudge-match.com /History/imhotep-moses.shtml   (8604 words)

  
 Imhotep "Father of Medicine"
Imhotep, called "God of Medicine," "Prince of Peace," and a "Type of Christ." Imhotep was worshipped as a god and healer from approximately 2850 B.C. to 525 B.C., and as a full deity from 525 B.C. to 550 A.D. Even kings and queens bowed at his throne.
Imhotep was a known scribe, chief lector, priest, architect, astronomer and magician (medicine and magic were used together.) For 3000 years he was worshipped as a god in Greece and Rome.
Yet, as the Greeks were determined to assert that they were the originators of everything, Imhotep was forgotten for thousands of years and a legendary figure, Hippocrates, who came 2000 years after him became known as the Father of Medicine.
www.africawithin.com /hpi/hp2.htm   (445 words)

  
 Kemet.org Names of Netjer : Imhotep
Imhotep (G/R Imouthis) - "In peace" Imhotep is one example of the "personality cult" of Kemet, whereby a learned sage or otherwise especially venerated person could be deified after death and become a special intercessor for the living, much as the saints of Roman Catholicism and forms of Orthodox Christianity.
In the Late Period, Imhotep was identified with the Greek demigod Asklaepios and attributed with feats of miraculous healing.
During this period, Imhotep was declared the son of Ptah and Sekhmet in the Triad of Mennefer (Memphis), and was sometimes identified with Their son, Nefertem.
www.kemet.org /glossary/imhotep.html   (193 words)

  
 Imhotep - Home
Imhotep reporter Matt Coe got a kick out of listening to the new album from there Germans.
Imhotep reporter Lizar Borowski talked to man with the huge voice, discussing lyrics, the voice itself and Allen West.
Imhotep’s Lizar Borowski and Roy Kristensen talked to Simone Simons and Mark Jansen both prior to and after the recording of “The Divine Conspiracy”.
www.imhotep.no   (610 words)

  
 Imhotep
In Egyptian mythology, Imhotep was the architect, physician, sage, astrologer, scribe, and chief minister of the Pharaoh Djoser, who reigned from 2630 - 2611 BCE.
He designed the first pyramid (the Step Pyramid at Sakkara.
Article "Imhotep" created on 05 March 1997; last modified on 29 September 2002 (Revision 2).
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