- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Tuesday, January 12, 1915 (continued)
Two Roman Catholic chaplains A.I.F. (one from 11th, one from 2nd Battalion) to see the excavations. They say about one-fourth of the force are Roman Catholic Irish.
Wednesday, January 13, 1915
(1) space between G 5110 and massive wall
(2) Mud brick chapel of G 4940
(3) Space between G 4940 and G 4930
(4) Northern mud brick chapel of G 4930
(5) Pit G 5030 B
(6) Pit G 4930 B
(1) G 5110
Between G 5110 and massive wall clearing stone thieves' trench alongside G 5110 and sand from above hard debris alongside massive wall.
(2) G 4940
Mud brick chapel of G 4940.
E was the old entrance, but when the intervening mastaba between G 5030 and G 5040 was built E was closed and plastered on inside and E2 to the north became the principle entrance. It is to be noted that the mastaba of Seshem-nefer (ser); Peh-n-Ptah [Pehenptah], etc. (sons of Seshem-nefer) all lie to the north. Rooms A, B, C were filled with limestone debris and mud. The upper parts of the walls had been destroyed by weather and the ruins of the rooms were marked by a weathered surface of decay. In the debris were a few potsherds, in A and B generally; but in B near the doorway to C a hole in the floor was filled with model pots and saucers. The southern part of Room C was also heaped with model pots and saucers. As to the construction, the outlines of the bricks in the walls at present undistinguishable. The walls inside are plastered with mud and pinkish
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