- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Sunday, October 13, 1912 (continued)
undoubtedly from Seshem-nefer tomb. In debris thrown out by stone thieves, who cleared Seshem-nefer chapel. Alabaster fragments found in G 2320 U [= G 5280 U] yesterday are probably from same alabaster statuette of which fragments were found last year in street before Seshem-nefer tomb.
Between G 2300 [= G 5190] and G 2350 [= G 5290], the hard debris is denuded to a slope towards the north, with a pocket of sand at north end.
Monday, October 14, 1912
Day of rest for men.
Tuesday, October 15, 1912
Workmen having finished the ends of street in front of G 2300 [= G 5190] and G 2310 [= G 5180], were turned on the tops and pits of these mastabas before shifting rails. In G 2300 two large square pits of early IV type, both filled with blown sand. [ILLUSTRATION] In G 2310 [= G 5180], northern pit opened, filled with sand. Southern pit, marked by big pocket of sand, not yet outlined. Fragments of inscription [GLYPHS] limestone. The space between G 2300 [= G 5190] and G 2350 [= G 5290] occupied by rubble mastaba (poor), penetrated by X-pits. The middle pit on back of G 2350 [= G 5290] has a clearly marked construction hole.
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