from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Same as
stepped pyramid(which see, under stepped).
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Though if we want to get all historically accurate, considering that our pyramid is 2500yrs older than the ones at Giza it should have been a step-pyramid and much cruder.
Its outer casing collapsed early on leaving only the step-pyramid core which is visible today.
Agricultural College; it is obvious that a line drawn along the tops of the files would again make the step-pyramid shown in Figures 10, 11 and 13.
The tower within consisted of a kind of step-pyramid, the stages being seven in number (omitting the lowest, which was the platform forming the foundation of the structure).
Beyond the ridge of the hill, where the rats came from and where the spirits seem to disappear, the heroes discover a step-pyramid.
The ancient burial place dates back to 2,700 BC and is dominated by the first ever step-pyramid, constructed in honor of King Zoser.