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Mastaba of Neferbauptah

Mastaba of Neferbauptah, Giza, Egypt

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Introduction

1. Pyramids of Giza

2. Khufu (Cheops)

3. Inside

4. Solar boat and pits

5. Queen's pyramids

6. Khafre (Chephren)

7. Inside

8. Mortuary Complex

9. Menkaure (Mycerinus)

10. Inside

11. Views from the top

12. The Sphinx

13. Sphinx Temple

14. Mastabas

15. Seshemnufer 4

16. Neferbauptah

17. Iymery

18. Tomb of Khentkawes

19. The modern city

20. House boats

21. Roberts' Giza

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GIZA


Intro

The Pyramids

Map


Khufu

Solar boat

Queen's pyramids


Khafre


Menkaure


The Sphinx


Mastabas

Seshemnufer 4

Neferbauptah

Iymery

Tomb of Khentkawes

Modern city

House boats and the Nile

Roberts' Giza

Practicalties


Mastaba of Neferbauptah, Giza, Egypt


The tomb of Neferbauptah is one of the finest private tombs to the west of the Pyramid of Khufu. Wall decorations are colourful and quite well-preserved. The paintings deal mainly with images of Neferbauptah and his wife receiving offerings and blessings, as well as agricultural scenes.
There is an open court and an offering room with a statue of Neferbauptah cut into the wall.
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Mastaba of Neferbauptah, Giza, Egypt



By Tore Kjeilen