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Categories: Egyptian inventions, Ancient Egyptian architecture, Monument types, Ancient Egypt, Burial monuments and structures
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mastaba  mastabah  Mastaba tomb  Mastabas
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An ancient Egyptian mud-brick tomb with a rectangular base and sloping sides and flat roof WordNet 3.0
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An ancient Egyptian mud-brick tomb with a rectangular base and sloping sides and flat roof WordNet 3.0 & WordNet 2020
A mastaba or pr-djt is a type of ancient Egyptian tomb in the form of a flat-roofed, rectangular structure with inward sloping sides, constructed out of mudbricks. Wikipedia
Type of ancient Egyptian tomb Wikidata
A rectangular structure with a flat top and slightly sloping sides, built during Ancient Egyptian times above tombs that were situated on flat land. Mastabas were made of wood, mud bricks, stone, or a combination of these materials. Some are solid structures, while others can contain one or more rooms, sometimes decorated with paintings or inscriptions. Wiktionary
Rectangular structure with a flat top and slightly sloping sides. Wiktionary (translation)
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The Egyptian pyramids developed from the mastaba WordNet 3.0
The pyramids at Giza are flanked by large cemeteries containing hundreds of mastabas. Wiktionary
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