- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Monday, September 20, 1926
(1) G 7000 X
(1) G 7000 X
(d) this is the higher and larger deposit of copper, see A4199 [ILLUSTRATION].
Removed layer of loose carbonate on top of 6. Removed No. 5 which is entirely carbonate and runs up over 6 to east. No. 6 is of hard metal like No. 4. No. 5 appears to be crust of No. 6.
*A4200: no. 1058, No. 6, looking north
*B6048: no. 1058, No. 6, looking east
Let 1058 lie until these had been developed.
No. 1067: See A4175 and A4192.
Area between the circular wood (1034) and the cleared space under 904.
(1) end of gold leg, southeast leg of bed. [ILLUSTRATION]
(2) fragment plaster.
(3) three (S) inlays.
Removed wood on surface (mostly fibrous brown wood, under it, brown wood powder resting on limestone floor dust, swept up to rock.
Mr. Lucas came, very kindly in response to a note. Husein drove him out and afterwards back again. Examined copper (1)-(4) of yesterday and deposit as it lies (No. 1058). Took samples.
No. 1058: resumed. See A4200 and A4201.
(b) [ILLUSTRATION] L 31 cm
Removed (8), (9), (10) which are layers of carbonate only. Exposed No. (7) which is of hard metal like No. (6). No. 7 has probably turned over after (10), (9), (8) were formed, i.e. (10), (9), (8) are from (7).
*A4201: no. 1058, looking north
*B6049: no. 1058, looking east
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