- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Friday, January 21, 1910 (continued)
I now have the explanation of the thickness of the inner or north wall of the corridor. The Dynasty 4 walls are all over 3 meters thick, the Dynasty 6 walls are about 2 meters thick. The outside wall of the temple as heretofore shown in the plan as the Dynasty 6 wall. It rests on the Dynasty 4 wall except on the south. On the south the Dynasty 6 wall runs along the outer corridor wall and includes the corridor inside the temple. In the Dynasty 4 temple the corridor ran along the south face of the temple outside. Thus the inner wall of the corridor is really the outside southern wall of the old Dynasty 4 temple.
Saturday, January 22, 1910
Three gangs still working on northwest quarter fore court. The rest are on the foundation walls in the magazines.
Began cutting away the house walls in strip 1b.
Brought the shattered triad up to the house. [margin note] no. 2 [= published no. 13 = MFA 11.3147] [end margin note]
Sunday, January 23, 1910
Clearing in northwest quarter fore court continues.
Clearing strip 1 begun.
A trench was dug along east wall of III 4 hunting for doorway of room x referred to on page 12; but the wall appears to be
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