- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Saturday, March 9, 1940 (continued)
(2) G 2439 (continued)
Drawing of G 2439 C.
(4) G 2441a
G 2441a C: Removed chamber blocking. It is built of rubble and bound with gyps and roofed with slabs. Rubble and traces of mud from the blocking. Body, head on north; traces of gyps from the bounding were fallen on the body, left for photo.
G 2441a D: Removed the chamber blocking. It is built of rubble and bound with gypsum. Roofed with slabs. Rubble and traces of mud from the blocking. Body, head on north (body turned over), underneath the head of the body was a pottery jar and above the bones were traces of gypsum, left for photo.
(5) G 2465a
G 2465a A: In shaft. It is lined with rubble. It is on the north of the mastaba, south of G 2465. Down 1.2 meters. Sand, limestone debris and rubble. Chamber on west. Blocked with rubble and bound with mud, intact. Left for photo. No reached the rock in shaft.
G 2465a X: In shaft and chamber. It is lined with masonry, only on south with rubble and ends at rock. It is south of the mastaba and it breaks the casing of G 2187. Total depth 1.25 meters, sand, limestone debris and rubble. Chamber on west. Built of masonry and roofed with slabs; one of the roofing stone was decorated (showing jars and basins) left for photo. No blocking. Cleared. Drawing.
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