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 mud-bricks ...
Mastaba tombs surround the pyramids of the Old Kingdom. Courtiers and families
of the monarch were buried in these low rectangular brick or stone structures.
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Mastaba definition, an ancient Egyptian tomb made of mud brick, rectangular in
plan with sloping sides and a flat roof. See more.
Burial customs: mastabas. Egyptologist use the Arabic word 'mastaba', meaning '
bench', for the massive rectangular structures found above many tombs in ...
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A Great number of Mastabas, were built at the West side of the Nile River, the
right to make one of these funeral buildings honorable privilege, awhose price
Christo Abu Dhabi Mastaba (Project for United Arab Emirates) Drawing 1977 22
x 28" (56 x 71 cm) Pencil, wax crayon, pastel and charcoal. Photo: Eeva-Inkeri
Mastabas were a typical form of burial monument throughout Egypt in the Old
Kingdom (2727–2175 BC). These rectangular or square structures, with outward