- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Saturday, March 23, 1940 (continued)
(6) G 2445 (continued)
G 2445 C: In shaft and chamber. Ends at rock. Lined with crude brick topped with rubble. It is north of B. Total depth 1.95 meters, sand and limestone debris. Chamber in shaft roofed with a single slab. No blocking. Cleared. Drawing.
G 2445 X: In shaft and chamber. Lined with stones. It is in the street between G 2445 and G 2428, and east of the serdab and south of Y. Total depth 2.35 meters, sand, limestone debris, rubble and stones. Chamber on south built of stones on three sides and with crude brick on south. Roofed with slabs. Body, extended skeleton, head north above the limestone debris and the rubble. Found in shaft debris: basis of a limestone statuette with the legs, inscribed in sunk relief. That basis fits on the statuette found by us on January 31, east of G 2438, in the debris. Body left for photo. Chamber not yet cleared.
G 2445 Y: In shaft. It is built of stones, in the street north of shaft X. Total depth __ meters, limestone debris, rubble and sand. Chamber on north blocked with rubble and bound with mud, intact, left for photo.
G 2445 Z: In shaft. Ends at rock. Lined with masonry. It is west of the building of the mastaba and west of shaft A. Total depth 1.65 meters, sand, limestone debris, rubble and red debris. Chamber on west blocked with rough stone and bound with traces of mud, left for photo.
Drawing of G 2443-G 2444, G 2444a, G 2445 on page 927.
(7) G 2465
G 2465 D: Removed the bones of the skeleton from the shaft. Female. Empty. Drawing.
(8) G 2465a
G 2465a A: Removed the bones of the skeleton from the chamber. Male. Empty. Drawing.
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