- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Saturday, March 28, 1914 (continued)
[G 4520 (continued)]
containing one small model vase [ILLUSTRATION], dark dirt and a few fragments of reddish clay, probably from a decayed statuette.
In hard debris on east face of G 4520 were found the upper part of a white limestone figure [14-3-29] (headless) belonging to head [14-3-22] found March 26, a hand [14-3-30], painted, and the right side of an inscribed statuette [14-3-31, part of seated pair statue of Kap and Niankhhathor, joins 14-3-24]. Sand at southeast of G 4520 being removed.
Sunday, March 29, 1914
Work started clearing pit No. G 4520 to a depth of about 2 meters in sand. Search for a second pit to north with no definite result so far.
Between G 4620 and G 4520
Head [14-3-32] (belonging to pair statuette No. 14-3-16 [standing pair statue of Kap and Hy]) in nummulitic limestone found in street between G 4620 and G 4520 in hard debris thrown out from G 4620. Work finished clearing street between G 4620 and G 4520. See diagram.
Monday, March 30, 1914
Men's day off.
Tuesday, March 31, 1914
Work continued on pit No. G 4520 and search continued for a second pit to the north. Work continued clearing sand debris from street northwest and west of G 4520.
Work stopped at 3:30, wages paid.
Twenty five men leave for Quft on 8 p.m. train from Cairo.
Wednesday, April 1, 1914
Pit No. G 4520 partially cleared exposing entrance to chamber
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