- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Wednesday, January 13, 1915 (continued)
[(2) G 4940 (continued)]
white plaster. In the southeast corner of B is the mark of an altar or of a floor basin which is no longer in place. In the sand in the entrance to the interior chamber O were two limestone fragments fitting together [ILLUSTRATION].
(3) Between G 4940 and G 4930
Space between G 4940 and G 4930: [ILLUSTRATION]
At northeast corner of G 4940 in the lower hard debris the right side of an alabaster head of small statuette.
(4) G 4930
Northern mud brick chapel of G 4930. The chapel is denuded to within about 50 cm of floor, and filled with mud debris.
(5) G 5030
Pit G 5030 B. Still going down. Debris now (at about 8 or 9 meter depth) changing to reddish gravelly sand.
(6) G 4930
Pit G 4930 B. In chamber, potsherds: (a) bent bowl, R.P. [red polished]: [ILLUSTRATION], (b) R.S.W. jars [ILLUSTRATION] also fragments of a copper plate or bowl. Chamber - limestone debris - finished.
Officers 6th Battalion A.I.F. came to see excavations.
Official (Egypt) communication stating that Turkish attempt on Egypt is expected within a few weeks.
Fisher left for Mansurah to visit various sites with Edgar.
Thursday, January 14, 1915
(1) chamber of G 4513
(2) street south of G 5110
(3) street east of G 4930
(4) Pit G 5030 B
(5) south chamber of G 4930
(1) G 4513
Cleaning drift sand from offering chamber of G 4513 (Nefer-yhiy), using it to build roadway for moving out big box from last year. This is the tomb of: [GLYPHS] [Neferihy] overseer of the pyramids of Khafre and Menkaure. The chamber has been
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