- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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(2) G 4811
G 4811 D: In shaft. Lined with dubsh. North of the north room serdab: Total depth 2 meters. Excavated before 1.5 meters. Limestone debris, pebbles and red debris. Ended at rock. no chamber. Drawing.
Serdab: In the serdab. Ssmall serdab. Lined with dubsh. West of the north room, north of shaft A and south of D. Total depth 1.8 meters. Limestone debris, sand and dubsh. Cleared. Drawing.
(3) G 4812
G 4812 A: In shaft and chamber. Lined with stones above and rock below. North of B. Total depth 5.4 meters. Excavated before 5 meters. Drift sand, some papers and dubsh. Chamber on east, cut in rock. No blocking. Coffin cut in rock from north to south appears in the chamber, the lid not cover it. In chamber on north we found some limestone debris. Found in chamber debris: two covers of dummy offering limestone jars, two fragments of alabaster head rest. Cleared. Drawing.
G 4812 B: In shaft. Small shaft. Lined with mud brick. South of A and north of C. Total depth 1.6 meters. Black debris and broken mud brick. Chamber on west, lined with mud brick. Roofed with stones, and the roof stones fallen into it.
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