- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Thursday, October 14, 1926 (continued)
(1) G 7000 X (continued)
No. 1153: See page 1231 and A4315.
Alabaster cup [ILLUSTRATION]
(832)-(835) inlays, etc, on No. 1156.
No. 1156: See page 1231 and A4315.
Copper razor (?) lying broken in place, badly corroded especially the tang which is practically disintegrated [ILLUSTRATION]
In the breaks, clearly visible that blade is made of doubled sheet of copper hammered flat.
*A4316: no. 1118 etc, looking east
No. 1151: See page 1231 and A4315, A4316.
Gold implement [ILLUSTRATION]
The outer edges have been sharpened (as in the case of the one edge of the razor?). Polished surface.
No. 1161: See page 1231 and A4315, A4316.
Gold implement, exactly like No. 1151, L 5.75, W 2.85 (cf. 1151).
No. 1162: The wood under the above deposit of implement, it was now examined but not moved, see page 1231 (in red) and A4316 (in blue), remains of a small wooden box, which appears to have contained the gold cup, alabaster cup, and the implements, it rests on the north-south floor wood which is the bottom of the large box which carried this whole deposit between coffin and bed.
*A4317: no. 1162, looking east
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