- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Tuesday, January 30, 1912 (continued)
house is being cleaned out, the large collection of pottery, etc. from previous excavations being sorted and stored out behind men's quarters.
Wednesday, January 31, 1912
Continued assisting Dr. Reisner sort out old material in mektab and unpacked photographs and notes which he has brought back from Harvard. In evening Mr. Frick and party came out for a brief visit.
A mass of debris over mud walls at southeast corner of mastaba IX 3 [= G 2150] has been removed, leaving a later mud brick pit against the face of tomb, and disclosing an additional room to south of chapel already cleared. The masonry of this tomb (G 2150) is very regularly cut and dressed. In the inner chapel the sculptures are in part unfinished but where finished are well done. Behind the north niche there is a small room in the masonry; in which the statues had been placed. Thieves had broken through the niche to reach this, and fragments of very fine alabaster and diorite statues [including MFA 47.2060] were found in debris in front of tomb probably from this room.
Thursday, February 1, 1912
Dr. Reisner left today for trip with Mr. Frick up the Nile. Expects to be back about February 20. Yesterday afternoon went over work together. All through today a very high southwest
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