The Necropolis of Saqqara is situated in the south of Cairo and on Memphis’ west. For a better understanding of the great Egyptian past, a stopover to this funeral ground is a must. One can witness the renowned Egyptian pyramids here. One gets to experience the tomes of yore and glimpse through the different tombs representing the different eras and different Pharaohs originated in Egypt’s past. The northern most locale of Saqqara that dates back to the 6th Dynasty is the mausoleum of the pharaoh Teti. The mastabas or the status crypts are where his bureaucrats are rested. Most of these bureaucrats have artifacts for them. Its passageways and chambers for entombment were assembled from the Apis Bulls which is essential for the god Ptah.