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Saturday, December 4, 1915 (continued)
(2) G 4715
West of G 4817 is the mastaba G 4715, built against the east face of G 4714. It has a rubble core, and on the east side two stone faces one inside the other. The south face is formed by the north wall of the exterior chapel of G 4714. Pit A was looted but not yet cleared. The passage east of G 4715 has pit B at its north end, and lines up with G 4814 O to the north, from which it is divided by a double wall, mud brick to the south and battered stone to the north
(3) G 4714 chapel
The mud brick exterior chapel of G 4714 was finished.
(4) G 4714
Started work on G 4714. North of O search was made for a serdab, but without result. Northwest of O two stone faces at right angles probably mark the position of Pit A. North of the northeast corner of G 4714 is the pit, apparently belonging to G 4811 or G 4814. The debris in the street behind this pit and over the ruined mud chapel G 4710, appears to have come from this pit (early plundering).
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- George Andrew Reisner, American, 1867–1942
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