an ancient Egyptian tomb consisting of an underground burial chamber with rooms above it (at ground level) to store offerings. is a type of ancient Egyptian tomb in the form of a flat-roofed, rectangular structure with outward sloping sides, constructed out of mud-bricks
i think that they lived with just their family and they lived in flat roofed houses. at least to my knowledge......Im wrong completely they lived in clans
The open area was the atrium (courtyard). At the sides there was often roofed portico. The technique to have an open area is simple: you do not build a roof.
The arch was invented by the Etruscans. The arch then was the only known way of building a roofed structure without using beams. The arch is also capable to support heavy loads and made it easier to build large buildings and bridges. The arch is not needed much nowadays because there are other techniques to sustain heavy weights, such as the suspension bridge and the use of steel frameworks and reinforced concrete for buildings.
A lytch gate.
The correct spelling is "pavilion" (ornamental roofed structure, or building).
The correct spelling is PAVILION, originally a tent or open-sided roofed structure.
Indian roofed turtle was created in 1831.
Brown roofed turtle was created in 1863.
a roofed arcade or balcony is called a loggia.