- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Monday, September 6, 1926 (continued)
(1) G 7000 X (continued)
No. 1021: See page 945, see A4151, A4149.
(76) large fragments of mud sealing with impression of the following seal. [ILLUSTRATION with GLYPHS] If repeated twice gives diameter 1.78 cm, thrice diameter 2.67 cm, four times diameter 3.56 cm; size of lump 6 x 5.2 x 2.
I do not find any trace of further signs.
Here at last is the final proof that Hetepheres dies in the reign of her son Khufu. She was buried beside her husband Sneferu probably at Dahshur. It was discovered that thieves had broken into the tomb and Khufu ordered it removed to G 7000 X. Apparently no great pains were taken to supervise the transfer. This fragment of seal, was apparently gathered up with the broken pottery and thrown in to G 7000 X.
(77) lifted out wood and gray muck over the area 1021.
(78)-(89) potsherds, mainly WSR.
(90) flint flake [ILLUSTRATION], L 10.7, W 2.7.
(91) fragment red brown ware bowl [ILLUSTRATION].
No. 1200: (c) See A4149.
Removed layer of gray muck up to edge of red sand (in 1021 area).
No. 1021: removed masses of red sand on floor.
*A4152: area 1200, looking east
*A4153: pottery 1200, looking east
*B6026: cloth in middle over pottery, looking northeast
*B6027: strings on top of 1200 pottery, looking east
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