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The interior of a mastaba is composed of three parts—the chamber, the serdab, and the well.
It may seem that in considering the mastaba before the pyramid we have reversed the natural order.
In Figs. 116-119 we give the plan and three sections of a mastaba at Gizeh which has four serdabs.
This passage, which is not high enough to allow one to walk upright, does not run quite parallel to the axis of the mastaba.
A different arrangement had therefore to be devised from that adopted in the case of the mastaba.
From these he concludes that the principles of the mastaba and the pyramid were sometimes combined under the ancient empire.
The mastaba deserved therefore to be very carefully studied.
From a distance it must have looked not unlike a mastaba from Sakkarah or Abousir, which it but slightly excelled in size.
In the mastaba the well is simply a vertical corridor of approach to the mummy chamber.
We have already mentioned them, and explained how they are to the pyramids what the funerary chamber is to the mastaba.

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