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July 3, 2020, 9:00 pm UTC    
April 24, 2019 01:45PM
"The oldest to qualify as a "structure" made of stone is the the 2nd Dynasty tomb of Khasekhemwy which has a limestone floor and walls: "

thank you for clearly making the distinction re 'structure'


His (Khasekhemwy's) is also the oldest decorated stone Lintel, found in Heliopolis (off the top of my head).

Warwick


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Is the Gisr-el-Mudir still considered the oldest stone construction

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