- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Saturday, March 7, 1936 (continued)
(1) G 2004 (continued)
[G 2004] Z: In shaft and chamber. It is southeast of Y, or it is in the southeast corner of the room. Lined with stones and partly destroyed. Down 2.2 meters. Drift sand. Not reached the rock in shaft, and not reached the chamber.
Sunday, March 8, 1936
(1) G 2004 B, C, D, Z and east of it
(1) G 2004
East of this mastaba, in the street between this mastaba and G 2005. Drift sand, mud brick, dubsh and stones underneath. Shaft V appears in the street.
G 2004 B: Removed the body from chamber II and cleared it. Drawing.
G 2004 C: Removed the body from chamber II and cleared it. Drawing.
G 2004 D: In shaft and below chamber I, which is rock below. Total depth 6.35 meters. Limestone debris, dubsh, some potsherds, pebble and sand. Chamber II appears on north, cut in rock, blocked with two slabs and dubsh underneath, only one stone removed from the blocking. Chamber blocking bound with mud. Bones appear in chamber and some debris. Left for photo.
G 2004 Z: In shaft and chamber, rock below. Total depth 3.7 meters. Drift sand. chamber on east, running to north, cut in rock. No blocking. Found in shaft debris: fragment sandstone with green copper, also we found in chamber debris bones and skull. Cleared. Drawing on page 255.
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