- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Saturday, May 11, 1935 (continued)
(2) G 1163 [= G 1163+1166] (continued)
Drawing of G 1163 C
(3) G 1166 [= G 1163+1166]
G 1166 B: Removed chamber II blocking. Stones and dubsh. Scattered bones of body [35-5-7] head on north appear in chamber. Body left for photo.
G 1166 D: In shaft. Lined with stones and mud brick above and rock below. Total depth 2 meters. Sand, black debris and potsherds. Chamber on east running to south cut in rock. No blocking. Cleared. Drawing.
(4) G 1172+62 [= G 1162+1172]
G 1172+62 A: Removed chamber blocking. Stones and dubsh. Head and debris appears in chamber. Head left for photo.
G 1172+62 B: Removed chamber blocking. Stones and dubsh. A coffin cut in rock appears in chamber from north to south. Fragment of lid of the coffin on the coffin on north. Scattered bones in the coffin. Coffin and bone left for photo.
Sunday, May 12, 1935
(1) G 1157 and pits C, D, E
(1) G 1157
On top of the mastaba. Stones, dubsh and limestone debris. Exposed the pits C, D, E.
G 1157 C: In shaft. Lined with dubsh above. Down 70 cm. Sand and limestone debris. Chamber roof appears in middle. Roofed with stones and bound with mud. Chamber roof left for photo. Not reached the rock in shaft.
G 1157 D: In shaft. Lined with dubsh above. Down 60 cm. Sand and limestone debris. Chamber roof appears in the middle. Roofed with three stones bound with mud. Roof left for photo. Not reached the rock in shaft.
G 1157 E: In shaft. Lined with dubsh above and rock below. Total depth 4.7 meters. White limestone debris and dubsh. Chamber on west cut into rock. Blocked with dubsh. Blocking left for photo. Found in shaft debris: fragment of sandstone [whetstone] with green stain copper [35-5-4].
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