- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Friday, October 31, 1913
Clearing chamber G 4140 A.
Saturday, November 1, 1913
Clearing sand in chamber G 4140 A. Potsherds as in G 4140. Also female skull and part of pelvis.
Sunday, November 2
In early morning came on another white head in G 4140 A. It ought to be a female.
The head on examination is certainly female. The nose is broken off. There were found a number of stone model vessels, pots and potsherds and a few copper implements and a small limestone ear [ILLUSTRATION].
Monday, November 3, 1913
Work on G 4140 A.
Crawford left after tea for Gebel Moya.
Tuesday, November 4, 1913
Began clearing street between G 4140 and G 4240. This was not entirely cleared in 1912.
Wednesday, November 5, 1913
In the street (G 4140 - G 4240) there is a big deposit of limestone rubbish thrown out of the pits of the two mastabas:
It is clear the pits were plundered after the decay of the chapel and before the sand mud came in. Under the limestone rubbish, there was found the basis of a seated statuette of limestone (bad condition) and a head (female) of another statuette.
Thursday, November 6, 1913
Street clear to surface of decay. This debris of decay is higher opposite the chapel and probably contains a stone chapel.
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