- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Thursday, March 19, 1914 (continued)
[Between G 4620 and G 4720 (continued)]
being exposed and two crude remains of walls.
Between G 4530 and G 4520
Work continued toward east in street between G 4530 and G 4520 finding a seated pair [14-3-4, seated family group statue of Khufuankh, Djefatka, Menkaure-ankh] (nummulitic limestone) in sand debris about 2 meters above solid rock between G 4520 and G 4530. The man's head is missing, a boy stands between their forelegs, and a few faint inscriptions still remain conveying the cartouche of Khufu.
South and west of G 4620
Sand debris south and west of G 4620 being removed about half its depth.
Friday, March 20, 1914
South of G 4620
Work continued on debris south of G 4620 exposing a small mastaba [G 4616] against the south face of G 4620 with two pits. One finished at a depth of about 3 meters and the other going to a depth of about 3 meters in hard debris.
G 4620, G 4610
Also clearing sand southwest of G 4620; southeast of G 4620; and east of G 4610.
G 4420, G 4520
G 4420, G 4520
New rails laid between G 4420 and G 4520 removing sand debris shoveled to carts.
Saturday, March 21, 1914
Went to Cairo and arranged to have Assuan pottery boxes moved from Museum to Congdon's storeroom.
G 4420, G 4520, G 4620
Half of sand between G 4420 and G 4520 finished and new rails laid between G 4520 and G 4620. Removing sand. Street south of G 4620 finished with exception of small mastaba pit. Work continued on sand southwest of G 4620.
Chamber to G 4831 A and G 4381 B finished.
Sunday, March 22, 1914
Work continued south, southwest, west-northwest, and north of G 4620 removing sand debris. Right toes of woman, and back part of head of man belonging to statuette found March 19 found in sand debris northwest of G 4620. Headless pair statuette [14-3-16, standing pair statue of Kap and Hy] in nummulitic limestone (height 35.6) inscriptions on the back, found 58 cm north of northwest corner of G 4620, in sand debris above 30 cm above solid rock.
Monday, March 23, 1914
Men's day off.
Mrs. Reisner and Mary return from Sudan.
Tuesday, March 24, 1914
Chambers Nos. G 4622 A and G 4622 B cleared of debris.
North of G 4620
Street north of G 4620 finished exposing one small intermediate mastaba,
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