- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Monday, February 23, 1914
Spent all day clearing debris from street east of G 4730.
In alleyway between G 4733 and G 4830 a mud seal [14-2-12] was found in sand debris with a little inscription on one side. And here also was about 1 meter of sand below the hard debris thrown out from G 4830.
Mrs. Reisner left on 6:30 train with Mary for Gebel Moya.
Tuesday, February 24, 1914
Work continued east of G 4730 on pits in mastabas G 4733 and G 4734 and in passages on either side.
In pit G 4734 A which was completely cleared, two fragments of a slab stela (inscribed) [14-2-13, fragments of lintel of Akhi]; one small offering bowl; and a few fragments of pottery were found.
Work on sand debris north of G 4720 was started finding an intermediate mastaba there. Many fragments of a small red granite pair [14-2-15] were found between the south face of G 4721 and G 4720; including all four feet (25 cm across), one complete forearm and hand, and two other hands.
[ILLUSTRATION] (scale 1:4)
Wednesday, February 25, 1914
Work started on continuation of G 4631 towards south on mud and stucco room southeast of G 4630.
Debris between G 4730 and G 4720 being continued finding a few more red granite fragments of above statuette [14-2-15], two alabaster fragments one evidently part of a headrest [14-2-14] and a piece of a wall (painted relief). Street east and southeast of G 4730 (which includes mastabas G 4733 and G 4734) finished with the exception of pit G 4733 E.
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