- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Friday, January 9, 1914
Men did not work all day. Ashur buried in a.m. in cemetery below third pyramid lower temple.
Sandstorm on all day.
Saturday, January 10, 1914
Storm continued all day.
Sand being removed from between G 4540 and G 4530 and street between G 4640 - G 4540 being cleaned up.
Pit and chamber to G 4630 entirely cleared.
[G 4631 B]: In pit G 4631 B (between G 4630 and G 4730) at about 10 a.m. a chamber was found opening to the north cut in solid rock. One mud (Userkaf) seal [14-1-34] found; beads; several pieces of gold [14-1-32]; bronze pieces very small;
four tall shoulder jars, two complete and two in fragments
one perfect pointed jar
one alabaster model table in fragments incomplete
seventy-eight alabaster model saucers, vases, jars, etc. and four alabaster saucers found in pit
All these models are complete except one saucer.
Sunday, January 11, 1914
Sand and debris wholly cleared from between G 4630 and G 4540; and G 4530 and G 4640.
Down a small mud pit about 250 cm (between G 4630 and G 4640) a small chamber opened to the east with a skull and bones, the small chamber was southeast by northwest.
Also sand between G 4530 and G 4540 being cleared:
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