- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Saturday, January 9, 1915 (continued)
(3) G 4940
Work on G 4940 chamber. Debris largely limestone pieces. In the debris three fragments of limestone (ornamental false door in relief). A male skull (probably that of the white head), and a basket full of potsherds. The potsherds are the same types as in the Khafre cemetery, including two-handled foreign jar, imitation Keneh ware jar, red polished basins and bowls with recurved rims (one with a spout).
Sunday, January 10, 1915
(1) G 5110
Work on clearing street between G 5110 and massive wall.
Just opposite the southwest corner of G 5110 the northern side of the massive wall is badly decayed, forming a slope of rotten yellow limestone debris strewn with blocks and fragments of harder limestone. This decayed mass covers the living floor of G 5110 and also that of G 5010. It took place previous to the deposit of drift sand.
(2) G 4930
Work on G 4930 B.
(3) G 4940
Work on G 4940 B and A. Shaft B and chamber finished.
Wind from south, but fine clear weather.
Mr. Edgar called to talk over the guarding of Tell el-Amarna.
Monday, January 11, 1915
Day of rest for men.
Letter to Mr. Farnall regarding Tanis and answer. In the afternoon Mr. Arnold brought out Commander Courtney of the Christmas Ship "Jason". A few tons of Christmas presents
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