- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Friday, November 19, 1915 (continued)
[(3) East of G 4610 (continued)]
In G 4610 X a small flat piece of limestone with trials at making hieroglyphs [15-11-41].
Saturday, November 20, 1915
(1) street east of G 4610
(2) pit B in G 4711 (G 4712 of 1914)
(3) pit G 4920 B
(4) street east of G 4710 (south of G 4711)
(1) East of G 4610
Clearing street east of G 4610.
Pits X, Y, Z, U, V, and the end of a mastaba on the south No. G 4612.
G 4612 U and G 4612 Z: were unfinished shallow pits.
G 4612 V: at about 2 meters a chamber on the south with limestone debris and chamber sealed (intact).
G 4612 was broken down to about two courses of stone. In the north a serdab, in which were found four or five fragments of wooden statuettes (wood decayed).
G 4612 A: Down 1.5 meters in G 4612 A sand (dirty).
(2) G 4711
Continued work on pit B in G 4711. The pit descends past the chamber with the intact stone coffin to a depth of about 1.5 meters filled with same brown debris and stones (total depth about 11.5 meters). At the bottom, a trough, (for a burial?) cut in the middle. On the east of this a niche in the rock containing a pot.
(3) G 4920
Worked on pit G 4920 B, finishing pit (limestone debris) and chamber (sand). Found in chamber some model tools of copper [15-11-42] and a small pot of fine brown ware [15-11-43]
(4) East of G 4710
At 4 p.m. began on street east of G 4710 again (southern part) carrying out sand.
Sunday, November 21, 1915
(1) street east of G 4710
(2) pit G 4610 A
(3) G 4612
(1) East of G 4710
Continued on street east of G 4710 (southern part) surface of decay of the mud brick in sand, exposing exterior of chapel of G 4710.
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