- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Sunday, November 22, 1914
In sand, front of north end of G 5110, part of slab from above false door (slab-stela form) [14-11-112] with more alabaster fragments showing statue nearly life-sized - also parts of red granite statue.
Space laid out on page 50 clear.
Laid out five working strips over Lepsius 41 (G 5330), as follows:
In II a pit filled with dirty white limestone debris.
In III - IV a great sand-filled crater.
Removed statues 1, 2, and 3 [14-11-92, 14-11-93, 14-11-94] from G 5230 S serdab S2. This row of six statues [14-11-92, 14-11-93, 14-11-94, 14-11-95, 14-11-96, 14-11-97] are clearly in position and have been simply overthrown towards the east in order from the east by treasure hunters. In the extreme northeast corner a pot.
Beside middle of G 5230 S on the south, some fragments of granite and limestone statues. These were in the sand in what appears to be a hole.
Across the street against the side of G 5220 (Lepsius 42) is a plunderer' hole in the usual manner.
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