- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Sunday, January 24, 1915 (continued)
(3) G 5131
G 5131. Cut into filling and traced the retaining walls of the causeway (south of G 5020) running still eastwards and slightly north.
Monday, January 25, 1915
Day of rest for men.
Tuesday, January 26, 1915
(1) pits of G 5131
(2) Street north of G 5120 and east of G 5131
(3) building enclosing wall on east of dumps along west side of pyramid I
(1) G 5131
Pits G 5131 gravelly debris.
(2) G 5110, G 5131
North of G 5110 and east of G 5131 hard packed debris. In this fragments of painted limestone block (three large and a basket of small), part left arm and shoulder of alabaster statuette.
Wednesday, January 27, 1915
Reisner with Fisher and Mrs. Reisner, Miss. Reisner and Miss. Merkel left for Kerma.
The work at the pyramids was turned over to Fisher for Penn. Museum and Story was placed in charge. The site assigned was northwest of and adjoining excavations (Hearst Expedition 1904-1905).
Tuesday, April 6, 1915
Reisner, Mrs. Reisner, Mary, Miss. Merkel arrived from Der-el-Busteh at 9:30 p.m. at pyramids.
Friday, April 16, 1915
Unpacking and repairing Kerma pottery. Attending to correspondence. Did Fisher's inscriptions. Worked on Sebaste props.
Saturday, April 17, 1915 to Saturday, May 29, 1915
Unpacking, repairing and photographing Kerma pottery. Worked on Sebaste props. On April 29 received telegram from Story (Bersheh) informing me that they had found an important tomb. On May 1 went to el Bersheh, (see el Bersheh Diary). Returned to Cairo on May 3.
Story returned to Cairo on May 18 as he expected to return to America on 21st, but Italian steamers loss cancelled all sailings Naples to America. Found Greek steamer sailing June 7 Athens to New York. Stayed on and worked on Bersheh Object Register. At Bersheh, Said took over the final packing and clearing.
Said found another tomb near 10A and on May 25, Story went to Bersheh, returning to Cairo on May 27.
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