- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Saturday, December 13, 1913
Storm continued on its ninth day.
Work continued in G 4540 and G 4640 and street between.
New section of causeway laid between G 4530 and G 4630.
Pits G 4540 and G 4640 finished, chambers photographed as found. Door slabs in both pits are in position, entrance being made possible through hole made by corner of slab knocked off.
Mr. and Mrs. Crowfoot, Mr. Paul, Borchardt, Mr. Johnson and Mr. Winlock to dinner in large mekteb.
Sent two boxes and two bales to Shellal to be picked up by R. on 23rd (for Kerma).
Sunday, December 14, 1913
Wind continued from West.
Worked as yesterday in street and clearing of chamber G 4540 and G 4640 in process. Many model pots and jars found in chamber.
Monday, December 15, 1913
Men's day off.
Dr. Reisner called on Mr. Arnold, discussed appointment of Judge Crabites to Committee d'Archaeologie. Also to Bank to arrange for supply of money to Kerma. Then with Mrs. Reisner to lunch with Madame Artin and the Pasha. Prof. Sayce and Mr. Dunlop also present. Sayce thinks he can get us exclusive right to Sudan from Kerma to Khalfa.
Tuesday, December 16, 1913
Sand continued to blow (it is twelve days) from west up to 1:30 p.m. then switched to north.
Pits and chambers G 4540 and G 4640 completed (see pages 14 - 15).
Street between progressing.
Chamber of G 4330 partly cleared.
Wednesday, December 17, 1913
Wind continued from northwest.
Pit and chamber to No. G 4330 finished.
Pit G 4740 and street between G 4640 and G 4740 started.
Street between G 4540 and G 4640 being finished.
A Mr. Manson from Williams College introduced by Prof. Ferguson; and Mr. Arnold, our American Diplomatic Agent; here in p.m.
The eight portrait heads were photographed a few times in a group before shown to Mr. Arnold.
Thursday, December 18, 1913
Pit G 4740 and street between G 4640 and G 4740 continuing to be cleared of sand.
Friday, December 19, 1913
Work as yesterday.
Saturday, December 20, 1913
Pit G 4740 cleared and street progressing. One fragment of alabaster [one of two fragments registered as 13-12-32b] and one incomplete pot in fragments [13-12-32a]
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