- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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(2) G 1111 (continued)
[Drawing of G 1111 B]
(3) G 1208
G 1208 B: Down 6.95 meters. Sand, limestone debris and dubsh. Chamber II appears on east blocked with stone. Limestone coffin in the chamber. Found in shaft three small dishes (alabaster) [35-1-7].
Friday, January 11, 1935
(1) G 1025b C
(2) G 1047 D
(3) G 1208 B
(4) G 1219 B, C
[(5) G 1217]
(1) G 1025b
G 1025b C: Very small pit lined with dubsh. Total depth 1.65. Sand and rakash. Chamber on north lined with dubsh and roofed with stones. Scattered bones [35-1-8]. Drawing.
(2) G 1047
G 1047 D: Lined with mud brick, below lined with stones. Rock below. Down to 3 meters. Black debris, rakash and dubsh. Chamber not reached.
(3) G 1208
G 1208 B: Total depth 7.55 meters. Sand, limestone debris and dubsh. Found in debris in shaft: one small alabaster dish [35-1-7].
[(5)] G 1217
On top of mastaba. Sand, limestone debris and dubsh. Found in debris: potsherds.
(4) G 1219
G 1219 B: Lined with mud brick on three sides east, west, south on north lined with stones. Total depth 85 cm. Sand, black and limestone debris. No chamber.
G 1219 C: Excavated before 3.2 meters. Lined with mud brick. Rock below. Total depth 3.7 meters. Sand, limestone debris and black debris. Chamber on east small. No blocking. Drawing on page 4.
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