- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Sunday, November 29, 1914 (continued)
In front of G 5221, a limestone obelisk [14-11-158] with the name [GLYPHS] [Ihy] cf. Lepsius, D. 88 a, b (an obelisk which was found in Lepsius 40?)
Behind the wall in which stands the stela are two big pits. West of these is a hole reaching to geological gravel on which is laid the foundation of G 5230 S.
This hole was filled with sand. The back wall of G 5221 has disappeared. I think this sand filled hole was dug by thieves, treasure hunters.
Monday, November 30, 1914
As we did not work on Friday, the work was continued today, the usual day of rest.
Morning bright but wind still southwest. Wind dropped in the night.
Work on wells in G 5221, on part east of G 5230 and G 5230 N as on page 57, room O in G 5230 N.
Pit A in G 5330 finished - completely plundered.
Pits A and B in G 5221 B (on south) cleared to chamber - plundered.
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