- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Thursday, March 14, 1912 (continued)
[G 2191 (continued)]
crack in the roof (about 15-20 cm) but was filled with sand, dirt and stones. It was empty.
North of G 2190 lies G 2185 back against G 2183 [G 2183 crossed out in red and G 2186? added] and G 2184. Clearing the top of this the men came on the top of the head of a small figure. [ILLUSTRATION]
This proved to be in a serdab behind a niche. At sunset had cleared to floor of serdab, which contained two figures. No. 1 a pair statuette, two males, one with bushy headdress. [ILLUSTRATION] and one with [ILLUSTRATION] close headdress. No. 2 was a woman grinding grain [MFA 12.1486].
Friday, March 15, 1912
Mastaba G 2185 developed as in sketch above. Mud brick walls are cased with limestone. In the niche in front of the serdab there was the body of a larger statuette [MFA 12.1483] (fine work) leaning against the niche. The corridor was occupied by X-pits which were dug after decay of cemetery. In the debris along the corridor we found fragments of a stela (or two stelae) with very delicate reliefs similar to the Khufu work. These stelae did not come from G 2185 but some other mastaba.
At sunset removed the three statuettes and the fragments of stelae to the house.
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