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Wednesday, January 7, 1925 (continued)
(13) G 7111 (continued)
G 7111 D and G 7111 E were not worked on today.
(14) G 7112
Four new pits G 7112 A, B, C, D have appeared to north of G 7112 and to northeast of G 7110 and are being cleared. Their positions are shown in sketch in No. 1 above.
(15) G 7102
G 7102 C: The pit of G 7102 C is still being cleared.
(16) G 7101
G 7101 Z: This is a new grave which was found today. It's lower part consists of a small trench cut in the gebel (which breaks through into the eastern passage of G 7101 at the northeast end), and its upper part of four walls of stone blocks roofed over with five slabs. The rock-slot extends beyond the east wall of this grave, and is not cleared beyond that wall. No objects found.
(17) G 7211
G 7211 A, B, C, D, E. The positions of these pits are as under:
G 7211 A: Passage and chamber not yet cleared.
G 7211 B: Finished; chamber is at west; no objects.
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