- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Sunday, January 21, 1912 (continued)
occupation period, and a number of mud brick pits and smaller masonry tombs are showing between the large regular series of mastabas. The latter have been numbered thus [original plans do not agree with this illustration?]
IX 2 [= G 2130] is the mastaba cleared by Lythgoe. It has beautifully finished faces of white sandstone. VIII 2 [= G 2120] has the pit (opened) sloped.
At A [northeast of G 2140] a broken sandstone figure of man standing. At B a number of fragments of a fine large alabaster statue in the debris above the pits between the mastaba [= G 2150] and VIII 3 [= G 2140]. More fragments were found in sand opposite (south) IX 4 [= G 2170].
Photographs showing progress of work at this point taken from northeast and west sides. Also detail photographs of work at pits between VIII 3 [= G 2140] and IX 3 [= G 2150] and at south end of VIII 4 [= G 2160].
Dr. Junker has returned to Cairo and proposes to work on the German concession between Lepsius 23 and where we had begun on Schiaparelli area. He has no railroad and proposes
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