He was possibly the world's first named architect who built Egypt's first pyramid, is often recognized as the world's first doctor, 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. He may have lived under as many as four kings. An inscription on one of the kings statues gives us Imhotep's titles as the "chancellor of the king of lower Egypt", the "first one under the king", the "administrator of the great mansion", the "hereditary Noble", the "high priest of Heliopolis", the "chief sculptor", and finally the "chief carpenter".
In this scenario you'll be the Architect, High Priest, Scribe and Vizier to King Djoser. Test your managerial skills (will define micromanagement for you) with this scenario as you supervise priests, scribes and farmers of your nobles in service to your king. You'll need to:
1. Open trade with the oasis cities for necessary resources.
2. Then you'll need to store the necessary materials and condiments to build and stock the tomb for your king as he goes on a journey with Osiris.