- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Friday, October 25, 1912 (continued)
[G 2336 (continued)]
In the wood dust, seven or eight wood knots, fragments of plaster. In the upper layer of debris, four or five small offering pots (one of unusual form).
[ILLUSTRATION/GLYPHS] [Khuptah] In the upper filling of the mastaba, at X, fragment of an inscribed stone [12-10-25], perhaps side piece from a false door.
In G 2330 A [= G 5380 A], in the debris of the shaft, four limestone dummy vases [12-10-26, 12-10-27, 12-10-28, 12-10-29] [ILLUSTRATION]. Also fragment of a servant statuette [12-10-30] (a brewer?) showing a vase (?) with two hands, one on each side [ILLUSTRATION]. Also a plaster pot seal [12-10-32] [ILLUSTRATION]. Also a pot [12-10-31] of light gray ware with light gray slip [ILLUSTRATION]. There was also (in the upper debris) a large stone [ILLUSTRATION/GLYPHS]. In the chamber are several other pots.
On each side of the pit, an intrusive (X-) burial, lettered S and T.
Dined at Shepheard's with Mr. Wellcome, Mrs. Reisner, and I, the Crowfoots, MacKenzie later.
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