- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Saturday, April 29, 1939 (continued)
(2) East of G 2240
[East of the mastaba.] Searching for the head of the statue we found, sand, limestone debris and rubble. Head not yet found.
(3) North and east of G 2240
In exposing the lining on north and east, drift sand, limestone debris and rubble. Exposed the lining on north, but not yet on east.
Sunday, April 30, 1939
(1) East of G 2061 and shafts A, B, C
(2) G 2061a and shaft A
(3) G 2233 A-G
(4) G 2243 and room a
(5) G 2243a
(6) G 2244 and room a
(7) G 2245
(1) G 2061
East of that mastaba in exposing the lining of G 2061a. Exposed that mastaba.
G 2061 A: In shaft and chamber. Lined above with rubble and rock cut below. It is south of B. Total depth 2.45 meters, sand, limestone debris and rubble. Chamber on north cut in rock. Roofed with slabs. No blocking. It is underneath the shaft and the chamber of B. Cleared. Drawing.
G 2061 B: In shaft and chamber. It is lined rubble above the roof of chamber A. It is north of A and east of C. Total depth 1.85 meters, limestone debris and rubble. Chamber on south built of rubble and roofed with slabs. No blocking. Cleared. Drawing.
G 2061 C: In shaft. Lined with rubble to the rock. It is west of B. Total depth 1.35 meters, limestone debris, rubble and red debris. Chamber on west blocked with rubble with traces of mud, left for photo.
(2) G 2061a
A stone mastaba, (small and partly destroyed). It is south of the southern doorjamb of room a, or east of room a. With one shaft lettered A.
G 2061a A: In shaft. Lined above with rubble and rock cut below. In middle of the mastaba. Total depth 1.25 meters, red debris, limestone debris and pebble. Chamber on east blocked with rubble bound with traces of mud, left for photo.
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