mhotep was a poet, an architect and physician-priest. He wrote many medical and didactic texts. He is best known, however, as the chief architect of the step pyramid at Saqqara. It remains today as one of the most brilliant architecture wonders of the ancient world. During the New Kingdom, Imhotep was deified and became the Son of Ptah. The Romans Claudius and Tiberius inscribed their praises of Imhotep in the temples in Egypt.
Imhotep-Egypt World's first named architect who built Egypt's first pyramid, often recognized as the father of medicine, a priest, scribe, sage, poet, astrologer, and a vizier and chief minister, though this role is unclear, to Djoser (reigned 2630–2611 BC), the second king of Egypt's third dynasty,