- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Sunday, November 21, 1915 (continued)
[(1) East of G 4710 (continued)]
The walls rise to an even height of about four courses above street level. At northwestern corner of this decayed exterior chapel a pile of hard debris thrown out from pit in G 4710; this was removed. Thus it is clear that the chapel had fallen into decay before the plundering of the pit.
Interior offering chamber in east face of G 4710 partly cleared of sand (had been cleared by Lepsius [No. 49]). Stone from this offering chamber now in Berlin Museum Nos. 1125, 1126, 1127, and 1149. Walls of nummulitic limestone in relief. Southeastern corner destroyed. The name of [GLYPHS] on west wall (northwest corner).
(2) G 4610
Work resumed on pit G 4610 A in sand to a depth of about 10 meters (see diary of 17th). Chamber has appeared on south side, open and filled with sand.
(3) G 4612
Work continued on pit A in G 4612 in dirty sand and (later) dirt and limestone debris. On south side at about 2 meters a small chamber (intrusive?). Down to about 4 meters.
Monday, November 22, 1915
Day of rest for men.
Tuesday, November 23, 1915
(1) street east of G 4710
(2) pit G 4610 A
(3) mastaba G 4813
(4) pit G 4612 A
(1) East of G 4710
Work continued in southern part of street east of G 4710. Mud brick exterior chapel partly cleared of sand and mud as per sketch:
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