- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Saturday, November 28, 1914 (continued)
[Between G 5230 S and G 5220 (continued)]
partly over debris piled against the southeast corner of G 5230 S, these poor mastabas seem to have been built in order from east to west rising in terraces towards the west.
The room of G 5330 has in the south the floor removed and a hole dug to a depth of over 2 meters. In this hole were two fragments of a relief - like those found above. On the side of the hole at about 100 to 150 a layer of sand and ashes.
G 5330 pit A - reached chamber. Door closed by two stones - one left in place [ILLUSTRATION]. Chamber filled with dirt. Lid of coffin visible - supported by an alabaster cylindrical jar forced in by thieves.
Opened pit A of G 5232, found with door block broken in, side of masonry torn out and pottery, canopic limestone jars [14-11-168, 14-11-171, 14-11-172, 14-11-175, and lids 14-11-197], stones, etc. scattered over interior. Name on edge of lid of masonry box (coffin) [GLYPHS]. A door drum found in front of G 5230 S has same name.
Behind G 5232 W tracks are turned westward.
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