- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Saturday, December 20, 1913 (continued)
found in G 4740.
Sunday, December 21, 1913
Dr. Reisner left for Sudan at 3 p.m.
Monday, December 22, 1913
Men's day off.
Went to Cairo and got our first three limestone portrait heads off for America. Also sent blanket to Sudan.
Tuesday, December 23, 1913
Mr. Smith left for Boston.
Packed 1st limestone heads from G 4540 and G 4460 for storage.
Photographs taken in chamber G 4740.
Street between G 4640 and G 4740 being cleared of sand and also north face of G 4640, showing the south face of a smaller tomb between G 4640 and G 4650. Two fragments of a round alabaster tabletop found in street [see December 24].
Wednesday, December 24, 1913
Two notices put up at 3rd Pyramid temple in accordance with letter from Mr. Edgar.
Chamber to G 4740 cleared; one skull and bones and fragments of one large round bottomed jar.
Street between G 4640 and G 4740 being continued, one more fragment of alabaster tabletop found [see December 23].
Thursday, December 25, 1913
Pit in mastaba G 4730 and street between G 4730 and G 4740 started to be cleared of sand debris. At a depth of about 6 meters four large rocks were exposed in the pit, which are to be extracted tomorrow. On the north end of G 4730 mud-brick was exposed, about half way down the mastaba.
Friday, December 26, 1913
Camera from Stegemann arrived o.k.
Work continued as yesterday, the four rocks in pit G 4730 being removed.
A Mr. Williams, an architect from London, shown the work; and a Dr. Zimmerman from Syracuse, N.Y. came too late to be shown them.
Saturday, December 27, 1913
Pit G 4730 A came to an end without chamber at a depth of about 8 or 9 meters.
A stone wall extends across from G 4730 to G 4630 at the north end of the mastabas: [ILLUSTRATION].
Sand and hard debris consisting of potsherds, mud and chips from rocks continuing to be
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