- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Saturday, January 6, 1912 (continued)
[G 4140 (continued)]
[slab stela of Meretites MFA 12.1510 (continued)]
covered its whole surface but this has weathered off. The stone is not in very good condition. At the left is a seated female figure with long hair. Before her is the table with bread and space is filled with tables of offering, etc. A little one a fourth of the space at the right is occupied by a series of tables of which the top row is:
[ILLUSTRATION with GLYPHS]
The other rows are practically the same varying only in the number of [GLYPH] in the squares and in the sign in top row which in second series is [GLYPH].
I should have stated that the pit at north end of IV 2 [= G 4240] has recently been opened and very little fresh sand has drifted in.
Sunday, January 7, 1912
A perfect day for work, clear warm and no wind. In the space between IV 1 [= G 4140] and IV 2 [= G 4240] lying in the sand c. 1.5 m below surface were three jars of this shape [ILLUSTRATION] lying in a line [ILLUSTRATION]. One of them had a pot mark [ILLUSTRATION] on handle. After being photographed and position noted they were moved as they were in line of trench between mastabas. They were marked P/IV.1/IX, P/IV.1/2X, P/IV.1/3X. This
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