- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Thursday, November 28, 1912 (continued)
In accordance with Maspero's instructions received verbally on Tuesday, I began clearing around G 2370, leaving the tomb open to be roofed by the Service and made into a show place. Work on filling in southeast corner revealed southeast corner of older mastaba G 2373. In filling of G 2373 a group of ten to fifteen pots [ILLUSTRATION] (H[eight] 30 cm) filled with plaster. The northern face of G 2370 is inscribed with reliefs of [GLYPHS] [Khnumenti] the owner of G 2374.
A special gang was detailed to carry out big stones in front of niche of Lepsius 23 [= G 2000].
Friday, November 29, 1912
Clearing in front of G 2370. In the loose sand a green-glazed hawk [12-11-56] (H[eight] 4.3 cm) of Ptolemaic (?) date. Before door of G 2370 half of a wooden head, and upper part of a small wooden figure (servant) [12-11-57]. Also three blue-glazed cylindrical beads.
Another mastaba lies in front of G 2370 south of door (G 2381). The door of G 2370 is inscribed a, b, c, d, e. [ILLUSTRATION] No batter on b - e. Inscriptions badly worn.
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