Pyramids & the Sphinx
Userkaf, 1st King of the Fifth Dynasty, built his pyramid near the northeast corner of the entire Djoser, but his successors abandoned Saqqara for Abousir. The return to Saqqara was launched by Menkahouker, but the pyramid of Pharaoh no claim has yet been located. The pyramid's successor Menkahouker, Isési, was built at Saqqara south.
The pyramid of Unas, the last king of the Fifth Dynasty, is located near the corner enseinte west of the pyramid of Djoser degrees. The walls of the inner passages of this pyramid cover what is called the texts of the pyramids, incantations to help the pharaoh dead in the afterlife. These incantations should be recited during the funeral. The pyramid of Unas was the first to contain incantations and custom became widespread in the pyramids of the Old Kingdom.
The pyramid Téti, founder of the sixth dynasty, the pyramid is the most royal of northern Saqqara. The other pharaohs of the dynasty, Pepi I, and Merenrê Pepi II, brought their choice on Saqqara south.
The small brick pyramid Ibi little-known pharaoh of the eighth dynasty lies in the same region as the pyramid of Téti. Both pyramids the most southerly of Saqqara belong to the thirteenth roisde dynasty. They are built of bricks dried what characterizes much time model. The owner of one of them was Khendjer, while the other remained in anonymity.