According to egyptology, this mastaba grave is part of the original Giza-plan, as Khetkawes was possibly the wife of Menkaure.
I think it's possible that this mastaba grave is again one of the many structures at Giza that might be misinterpreted by egyptologists. This could be the original valley temple of Menkaure - The new causeway I discovered ends at this building or the red rectangle structure (if it exists). What is now called the valley temple of Menkaure might be a completely different building.
But it's all theory. I understand that if you're looking for a causeway then you have to look for a valley temple that connects it to the causeway. But also, what is known about this causeway? Is it really true that half of this causeway is a big mystery? I mean, thousands of people write complete theories and books about the so-called "Giza plan" and threads on this board like "The Giza Plan: Further findings" but... Nobody knows that the Menkaure causeway is a big mystery?
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