- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Wednesday, February 20, 1935 (continued)
(1) G 1201 (continued)
G 1201 V: Lined with stones and rock below. Total depth 2.77 meters. Drift sand, papers, limestone debris, stones, dubsh and mud. Chamber on south lined with stones and mud and rock below. No blocking. It was roofed with stones. Two roof stones in chamber. Found in shaft debris: fragments of alabaster [35-2-19], some are well made, sandstone with stain copper [35-2-20]. Found in chamber debris: skeleton [35-2-21]. Cleared it. Drawing.
G 1201 Z: In chamber. Drift sand, stones and dubsh. Cleared it. Drawing.
Thursday, February 21, 1935
(1) G 1055 A, G
(2) G 1058 A
(3) G 1063 D, E, H
(4) G 1102 add. [= addition] F
(5) G 1201 U
(1) G 1055
G 1055 A: Lined with dubsh. Rock below. Sand, dubsh, limestone debris, stones and pebbles. Chamber on east cut in rock. Blocked with one stone and some dubsh. Reached the rock in shaft. Blocking left for photo.
G 1055 G: Lined with pebbles and cut in small and big pebbles. Rock below. Down 1.45 meters. Sand and pebbles. No blocking. Chamber II appears in shaft roofed with three stones and some dubsh bound with mud. Cleared chamber I. Chamber II roof left for photo.
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