- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Tuesday, January 6, 1914
Causeway being taken down on G 4630 and between G 4630 and G 4530 so all sand and debris can be removed from that region. Twenty-six more beads like the one above, found between G 4730 and G 4630 (G 4631 B) together with many ordinary beads of different sizes [ILLUSTRATION] (scale 1:1).
Pit G 4630 reached its end at a depth of about 11 meters.
The door slat was found in position with one corner broken off, and only one stone in the blocking masonry removed for entrance by the plunderers about 50 cm x 30 cm. The chamber is an unfinished one, and at the southeast corner light can be seen entering from a mud pit between G 4630 and G 4730. Pots, bones, a skull and many fragments lay about.
Showed a Mr. and Mrs. Tewkes from the Smithsonian Institution at Washington the works in the a.m. and Mr. and Mrs. Poore in the p.m.
Wednesday, January 7, 1914
Causeway on G 4630 and between G 4630 and G 4530 entirely taken away and sand debris being cleared where it stood.
Photos taken in chamber G 4630.
Debris taken from between G 4730 and G 4630 is being put on top of G 4630 which will be thrown into the pit after it, (the pit), is completed.
Showed Mr. and Mrs. Poynter the works.
Debris thrown out from G 4630 and G 4530 exposed:
Thursday, January 8, 1914
Work continued as yesterday. Two thirds of a wigged head, and the feet of a very small statue (white limestone) found in debris between G 4630 and G 4530 thrown out from pit G 4630, apparently:
[ILLUSTRATION] (scale 1:4)
Ashur Mohammed Saleek died suddenly about 10 p.m.
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