- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Thursday, September 19, 1935 (continued)
(1) G 2184 (continued)
Drawing of G 2184 V
[ILLUSTRATION/GLYPHS] [35-9-20a, 35-9-20b]
G 2184 X: In shaft. Small shaft. Lined with dubsh and rock below. It is south of mastaba G 2184 and west of V and east of Y. Down 2.2 meters. Sand, stones and dubsh. Not reached the rock in shaft.
G 2184 Y: In shaft. Small shaft. Lined dubsh south of mastaba G 2184. It is west of X. Total depth 1.25 meters. Excavated before 80 cm. Sand, limestone debris and dubsh. Chamber on south lined with dubsh. Roof gone. No blocking. Cleared. Drawing.
(2) G 2185
On top of the mastaba. On south. Limestone debris, dubsh, black debris and potsherds. Found in debris: inscribed limestone fragment. Exposed the corners of the shafts of this mastaba.
(3) G 2339
G 2339 B: In shaft and chamber. Total depth 3.75 meters. Black debris, dubsh and limestone debris. Chamber on east running to south cut in rock. No blocking. Broken into shaft B of G 2338 on south. Cleared. Drawing on page 124.
(4) G 2348
G 2348 X [= G 5510 X]: In shaft. Lined with mud brick and stones. It is between G 2348 and G 2337. It is east of shaft west of G 2337. Total depth 1.4 meters. Limestone debris and dubsh. Chamber on south lined with stones. Roofed with stones. Blocked with stone and some dubsh and bound with mud. Blocking left for photo.
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