- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Friday, March 4, 1910
In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Spaulding visited the excavations.
Saturday, March 5, 1910
Clearing the space between the temple and the pyramid as now preserved.
Sunday, March 6, 1910
Finished space between temple and pyramid revealing foundation course of pyramid with line of first course of casing. The foundation course of the casing was built of granite. Spaces between granite casing and limestone core carefully packed with plaster (pinkish white).
Under this foundation course is another foundation coarse of limestone blocks. It appears as if
P. course 2 was intended to be the first course to the pyramid.
P. course 3 casing was of limestone (dressed).
In the temple the top of T.1 was to have been the floor level.
P.2 space has been filled in by T.2 = course of limestone, filling of limestone chips and mud plastered floor.
Twenty visitors to see statue and excavations.
Monday, March 7, 1910
Day of rest. Worked steadily all day on stone vessels.
Tuesday, March 8, 1910
Sand storm (blizzard) from southwest came up in the night. Work impossible. The men went down, but as I came out for breakfast they were straggling back to barracks. The noise and the dust make even office work a misery.
Today was to have been a day of visitors - Borchardt and the
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