- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Friday, September 27, 1935
(1) G 2184 E, G
(2) G 2185 B
(3) G 2187
(4) G 2348 X [= G 5510]
(1) G 2184
G 2184 E: Removed the wooden coffin lid [35-9-35a]. Two bodies with their heads appear inside the coffin. One body smaller than the other. The bones are scattered. Bones left for photo.
G 2184 G: In chamber II. Stones, dubsh, limestone debris. A coffin appears in the chamber cut in rock from north to south. On south the lid broken not complete. The lid was not on the coffin. Found in chamber debris: five fragments of limestone very deep basin (inscribed) [35-9-35b]; one fragment of inscribed bottom of deep basin [35-9-36]; fragments of decayed wood; ox horn and not complete. The coffin lid left for photo. Tracing of the inscribed deep basin [35-9-35b].
(2) G 2185
G 2185 B: In shaft lined with dubsh above, north of A and south of C. Down 1.6 meters. Limestone debris and black debris. Found in debris in shaft. A small statuette seated man (limestone) [35-9-39]. Not reached the rock in shaft and not reached the chamber.
(3) G 2187
Hans found on the top of the mastaba: small hands of a man kneading bread (limestone) [35-9-40].
(4) G 2348
G 2348 X [= G 5510 X]: Removed the chamber roof. Stones from the roof. To take photo from the body.
Saturday, September 28, 1935
(1) G 2185 B, C
(2) G 2338 B
(3) G 2339 D
(4) G 2347 A, C [= G 5551]
(5) G 2409 X
(1) G 2185
On top of the mastaba on WS [southwest] or west of A, B. Limestone debris, dubsh, potsherds, black debris and broken mud brick. Round mud brick building appears on south running rectangular to north, same as small pits. Found in debris on the top of the mastaba and near the serdab: two limestone fragments of mould for making money in. A well made limestone fragment.
Drawing of the round rectangular building.
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