- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Thursday, December 2, 1915 (continued)
Work continued southward from G 4816 in hard debris, just above ground level. Mastaba G 4818 is now clear. Pits G 4818 A and B formerly called G 4816 E and F. Pit C was cleared and the southeast corner appeared. Northeast corner of G 4819 (only one course up) was uncovered under pile of hard debris from Great Wall. Between G 4910 and the Great Wall, a pile of hard debris from the ancient plundering of pit B lies on a layer of sand over the mastaba filling and debris partly filling street between G 4910 and the Great Wall. The south end of G 4910 is not clear yet.
Friday, December 3, 1915
(1) north of Great Wall
(2) south of G 4817
(3) exterior chapel and offering chamber of G 4714
(1) North of enclosure wall
Work continued north of Great Wall. The southern branch of railroad has been discontinued and the space covered by it cleared. A section of the top course of the Great Wall has fallen down to the north and lies in a mass of hard stone debris.
(2) South of G 4817
Work continued south of G 4817 down to the floor level. The back wall of G 4818 runs south, closing narrow alley between G 4818 and G 4819. In this alley was found a broken limestone slab [15-12-10] inscribed with the name [GLYPHS]. [see C9324]
(3) G 4714
Further west we exposed a series of mud walls denuded to within one or two courses of the floor level. These walls form a series of three rooms, the exterior chapel to the offering room of G 4714. Scattered over this series of rooms are numerous rough stones fallen from the Great Wall. The rooms and walls were covered with a mass of mud debris and decayed mud bricks. The offering room of G 4714, the west wall of which was noted yesterday, was cleared of recent drift sand. It contains two uninscribed niches with an offering slab in front of the southern one [ILLUSTRATION]. This chamber had been cleared by Lepsius (48). Over door of G 4714 O was a block (now missing) with the name of the princess [GLYPHS] [Neferhetepes].
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