- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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December 6, 1912 (continued)
[G 2382 (continued)]
In hole 1, fragment of alabaster slab [12-12-24]:
In debris, rough flint knife and a flint sliver [12-12-25, 12-12-26].
In northeast corner of court is a door in the threshold of which lies an obelisk [12-12-23, Nekhebu]. Behind wall on west, a lot of rude alabaster saucers [12-12-27].
In G 2335 A, two wooden statues [12-12-28, 12-12-29] and a wooden coffin inscribed ____. The statuettes were in debris against inside of door-block which had been partly opened.
Saturday, December 7, 1912
Two flint knives [12-12-30, 12-12-31] came from northeast quarter of court G 2382, also a flint flake.
Clearing also east of serdab in area numbered G 2384. A maze of rooms connecting with court (G 2382). These have been destroyed to foundations, and the stone paved floor broken through in many places. The floors are about 150 cm above rock, and on the rock are small rubble mastabas. On the edge (eastern) opposite blood basin in court appears to be the broken roof of a chamber below the level of the court.
In G 2384 hard debris, fragment of an alabaster stand [12-12-34] [ILLUSTRATION] also fragment from the waist of a limestone statuette [12-12-35]. In the sand above, a bone spatula [12-12-36] [ILLUSTRATION] and a bone button seal [12-12-37] [ILLUSTRATION]. Also a flint chip [12-12-38].
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