The span of the Old Kingdom was dominated by pharaohs in the 3rd to the 8th dynasties though some historians record the 3rd dynasty into the Early Dynastic Period. The accession of 3rd Dynasty of Egypt into the throne marks the elevation of the Old Kingdom. The most significant pharaoh of the 3rd dynasty is Djoser (c. 2620-2600 BC) whose electricity could be admired in 62 meters large pyramid of Saqqara. The Step Pyramid of Djoser at Saqqara is the earliest Egyptian monument and marks the Start of the colossal Egyptian structure. Djoser used architect Imhotep who was also a doctor, priest and founder of a cult of recovery. Imhotep completed the 62 meters (204 ft ) Measure volcano about 2611 BC and was also buried inside.
Egyptian monumental structure attained zenith during the span of pharaohs of the 4th Dynasty of Egypt: Cheops (Khufu), Khafra, Menkaura (Mycerinus). The architectural accomplishments of the 4th dynasty which remained an object of admiration before the current days also clearly signify prosperity and the highly improved market in addition to close relationship political and spiritual life.
The age of the 4th dynasty finished with confusions about the throne roughly 2465 BC, along with the decrease of the ability of the pharaohs became evident. The length of the first pharaohs of the 5th dynasty has been indicated by political-religious changes that caused the predominance of this temple of Ra (God of Sun) at Heliopolis. In contrary to previous consider that Pharaoh is Horus in flesh the new belief believed pharaoh just a boy of god but dead pharaoh became equivalent to Osiris, god of the dead and underworld at the end of the 5th dynasty. The decrease of the ability of pharaohs became permanent throughout the 6th dynasty, also from the end of the 8th dynasty, the controller had been de facto at the control of nomarchs who struggled to the Egyptian throne one of themselves.