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Monday, December 14, 1925 (continued)
(4) G 6036
The west wall goes down about 1.4 meters into the fissure but not so low as the east wall of G 6035. That is, G 6036 is later than G 6035. The southwest corner of G 6036 rests on the debris (coarse stones) which fill the fissure.
G 6036 A: Depth 9.70 meters. Chamber on east, mixed coarse debris descends into chamber which is not yet clear.
(5) G 6037
Clearing south face of G 6027 which east of G 6036 but set back to north.
(6) G 6052
Finished clearing the corridor a, cleared the west face of G 6052 (exposing east face of G 6027) and partially cleared space south of G 6052 as far as G 6050.
In the thieves debris (above the lower sand drift) found three stones from chamber b.
One side from a false door, with an inscription outlined in red and over painted in black. Offering formula in two vertical lines, [GLYPHS] and the rest has been obliterated by decay of stone [B6100].
Two obelisks uninscribed of white limestone [ILLUSTRATION].
G 6052 A: Cleared out chamber, found nothing.
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