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Sunday, January 14, 1912 (continued)
[G 1501, MFA 12.1521, MFA 12.1524 (continued)]
other [ILLUSTRATION] 42 cm high is white limestone uncolored and has a handle one side unpierced. This likewise is flattened on one side.
Monday, January 15, 1912
Tuesday, January 16, 1912
Work continues at Lepsius 23 [= G 2000]. The shaft is very large well lined with well cut blocks. The debris is filled with large stones, which have to be broken up.
On north edge several small mastabas and a number of small brick pits are open.
One mastaba is square in plan with an offering roof along east side and a narrow ledge at "a". [ILLUSTRATION] On either jamb are low reliefs, but much weathered and inscriptions indecipherable.
Wednesday, January 17, 1912
Perfect day, no wind and warmer. Work transferred to northeast edge of slope the mastaba east of Lepsius 23 and joining on Lythgoe's old work. The railway carry is a long one and will take every piece of track we can get. Work arranged so as to work five mastabas. In the shaft of Lepsius 23 [= G 2000] at a depth of 4.75 meters from edge the men (Ahmed el Mizlef) came upon a burial. This
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- Documentation-Expedition diary pages
- Harvard University-Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition
- Credit Line
- Harvard University–Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition
- Display Page Dates
- 01/14/1912; 01/15/1912; 01/16/1912; 01/17/1912
- Clarence Stanley Fisher, American, 1876–1941
- Mentioned on page
- Ahmed el-Mizlef
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