- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Thursday, July 25, 1935 (continued)
(2) G 2377
G 2377 A: In shaft. Lined with stones and mud brick and rock below except the west side underneath the stone is rock. It is east of shaft G 2376 A. Total depth 7.1 meters. Excavated before 6.45 meters. Limestone debris and black debris. Chamber west cut in rock. No blocking. Cleared. Drawing.
(3) G 4512
G 4512 A: In shaft. Lined with stones above and rock below. Total depth 6.7 meters. Excavated before 5.9 meters. Limestone debris and drift sand. Chamber on west cut in rock. No blocking. Only on east lined with stones. Coffin cut in rock appears in the chamber from north to south. The lid gone empty. Also west of the coffin a cut in rock appears from north to south same as a coffin. Cleared. Drawing on page 84.
Friday, July 26, 1935
(1) G 2378 B
(2) G 4310 A
(1) G 2377
East of this shaft G 2377 A. Two shafts one on south and the other on north of it. Not numbered.
G 2377 B: In shaft. Lined with dubsh. Total depth 2.95 meters. Drift sand and dubsh. Cleared on mud floor above the limestone debris. No chamber.
Serdab of G 2378. In shaft. Lined with dubsh and the dubsh thrown into the shaft below. Down 1.7 meters. Drift sand and dubsh. A hole appears on east. Not reached the floor.
(2) G 4310
G 4310 A: Removed the body from the wooden coffin.
Saturday, July 27, 1935
(1) G 2379 A
(1) G 2379
G 2379 A: In shaft. Long from north to south. Lined with dubsh and mud brick above and rock below. Some of the building gone. It is northeast of G 2378 A. Total depth 11.65 meters. Excavated before 10 meters. Black debris and papers and underneath limestone debris and sand. Chamber on south cut in rock. No blocking. A coffin cut in rock appears in
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