Saqqara ( Larabci: سقارة‎ ), ko Sakkara, wuri ne mai dausayi, tsoho da aka binne a Misira, yanki ne na 7 by 1.5 kilometres (4.35 by 0.93 mi) . Ginin ne na babban birnin Masar , Memphis . Saqqara na da dala masu yawa, gami da sanannen dala na duniya na Djoser. Wannan wani lokaci ana kiransa Tomabarin Mataki saboda tushensa na murabba'i, da 'matakan' ( mastabas : kalmar larabci don 'benci'). Yana da wasu 30 kilometres (19 mi) kudu da birnin Alkahira na zamani.

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سقارة (ar)
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 29°51′00″N 31°14′00″E / 29.85°N 31.2333°E / 29.85; 31.2333
Ƴantacciyar ƙasaMisra
Governorate of Egypt (en) FassaraGiza Governorate (en) Fassara
Labarin ƙasa
Bangare na Memphite necropolis (en) Fassara
Altitude (en) Fassara 39 m
Bayanan Tuntuɓa
Kasancewa a yanki na lokaci
UTC+02:00 (en) Fassara
Dutsen Pyramid na Djoser a Saqqara

Djoser 's dala ne mafi tsufa cikakken haɗaɗɗen ginin dutse sananne a tarihi, wanda aka gina a Daular Na Uku . Sauran sarakunan Misira 16 sun gina dala a Saqqara, yanzu a cikin wasu jihohin kiyayewa ko lalacewa. Manyan jami'ai sun kara abubuwan tarihi na jana'iza masu zaman kansu a wannan necropolis a tsawon zamanin mulkin fir'auna . Ya kasance mahimmin hadaddun wuraren binne-sarauta da bukukuwa na al'ada fiye da 3,000 shekaru, da kyau a cikin zamanin Ptolemaic da na Roman .

A cikin 2018, an gano wani kabari wanda ba a hana shi ba. An yi imanin cewa kabarin babban firist Wahtye ne. Ciki mara kyau ya haɗa da adadi tare da launuka akan zane-zane da sassaƙa bango. Mustafa Abdo shi ne daraktan tonon kabarin. [1]

Yankin daga Giza zuwa Dahshur UNESCO ta sanya shi a matsayin Gidan Tarihin Duniya a cikin 1979. Sunan hukuma Memphis da Necropolis - Filin Pyramid daga Giza zuwa Dahshur.

Wasu masana suna tunanin sunan 'Saqqara' ba ya samo asali ne daga tsohuwar godiyar Masar ta Sokar ba, amma daga wani ƙabilar Abzinawa da ake kira Beni Saqqar . [2]

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  1. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-46580264
  2. Graindorge, Catherine, "Sokar". In Redford, Donald B., (ed) The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt, vol. III, pp. 305–307