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Saturday, March 31, 1928 (continued)

(4) G 7785 (continued)
G 7785 B: Clearing rooms i, ii, iii. Room iii is broken through. [ILLUSTRATION]
G 7785 C: Down 8-10 meters. Chamber rock-cut on north, open.

(5) G 7787
Clearing on top of mastaba at north end. Debris: rksh, dubsh, sand. Found in debris: fragment: limestone with inscribed figure, green glazed scarab inscribed [ILLUSTRATION], one blue glass ball bead and one carnelian ball bead.

(6) G 7788
Clearing on top of mastaba. Found in debris: fragment inscribed limestone from a chapel wall [ILLUSTRATION/GLYPHS]
G 7788 C: Down 3.7 meters. Rock-cut pit.

(7) G 7792
G 7792 A: Clearing debris in rooms i and ii.
Found in debris of room i, around sarcophagus: ten inscribed faience ushabtis (broken), and other fragments; fragments of faience vessels, small pot, fragment: gold decoration; fragments of skull bone.

(8) G 7000 SE XX to XXV [G 7000 SE 20 - 25]
No. XX [G 7000 SE 20]: Height 1.53 meters. Built of dubsh above, and rock-cut below. Chamber rock-cut on west, roofed with stones.
No. XXI [G 7000 SE 21]: Height .67 meters. Built of mud brick.
No. XXII [G 7000 SE 22]: Height .45 meters. Built of mud brick.
No. XXIII [G 7000 SE 23]: Height .3 meters. Built of mud brick. IV and 5.
No. XXIV [G 7000 SE 24]: Height .65 meters. Built of mud brick. On west of G 7785.
No. XXV [G 7000 SE 25]: Height .7 meters. Built of mud dubsh, north to south.

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    Harvard University-Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition
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    Noel F. Wheeler, British

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  • Noel F. Wheeler

    • Type Author
    • Nationality & Dates British
    • Remarks Wheeler was a Lieutenant Commander in the Royal Navy according to George A. Reisner's, "A HIstory of the Giza Necropolis, Vol. I."