- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Wednesday, October 30, 1912 (continued)
In G 2330 A [= G 5380 A], a plundered stone sarcophagus. In debris with bones, a gold band (bracelet?) [12-10-38]. On the floor eight pots [12-10-39, 12-10-40, 12-10-41, 12-10-42, 12-10-43, 12-10-44, 12-10-45, 12-10-46] [ILLUSTRATION]. Two are sealed with a flat-topped lime seal. All had been so sealed.
Turntables shifted north opposite the middle of G 2360.
Work on street of G 2360, across its south end and westwards. South of G 2360, in debris of a pit, fragment of alabaster hand [12-11-65].
Thursday, October 31, 1912
Weather shows no signs of moderating.
Street of G 2360 clear to end of mastaba on north. Three small mastabas built against G 2360 with three inscribed offering niches.
[area labeled 2364 = G 2364 and G 2365; area labeled 2365 = G 2366 Nimesti]
G 2362, G 2364, G 2365 [and G 2366] appear to have been built leaving niches of G 2360 accessible. G 2363 built later.
G 2360 is a filled mastaba of singular construction. The stone retaining wall (a) was filled to about half its height. The upper half was strengthened by rubble walls (b) before the upper half was filled. Note the rectangular projections of the rubble wall opposite the offering niches S N and N N above.
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