> My knowledge of mastaba construction is limited.
Yet you feel qualified to make guesses anyways. The sum total of your "facts and logic" that only you have, i.e. nothing, yet everyone else is wrong and you are right. Par for the course around here with some of you.
> I read all the books but skipped over the parts
> about construction and materials.
From your nonsense everyday it is a wonder what you did not skip over. Apparently all but the covers. Regardless, it is truly astounding you could have been on these boards so long, if only through osmosis, and at the very least not understand when the Egyptians began building with stone.
Khasekhemwy- Bridge to the Pyramid Age
If you are not reading these things then WTF are you doing here? You bitch and complain that no one takes you seriously or wants to talk about your bullshit "theories" again and again despite the lot of them being thoroughly debunked, yet you are completely oblivious to what is going on around you that does not involve your bullshit. You claim to have all the answers yet your have no clue WTF you are talking about yet in the same breath say everyone else is "wrong".
> Any large
> mastabas in the Land of Horus might have been made
> with water.
Which ones exactly?
> This should especially apply to stone
> ones before Djoser's Pyramid.
I just told you there are none which if you had ever paid attention to anything spoken of regarding early dynastic Egypt, let alone these books you supposedly read, but did not pay attention to, you would not need this told to you. You don;t even understand WTF I just told you that you are responding to. What did I just say:
"Up until the 4th Dynasty, beginning after Sneferu (except for the interiors during his reign), mastabas were made with mudbrick."
Try again. You said you "guessed" they started using geysers to build mastabas around 3100BC yet in your own words do not even have a clue what they were made of at this time let alone understand that prior to Djoser they built no buildings of stone. More of your "facts and logic" in action.
> These would have to
> be considered and investigated on a case by case
Pick one. And not from Giza.
Edited 4 time(s). Last edit at 25-Feb-18 02:42 by Thanos5150.