- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Thursday, April 9, 1936 (continued)
(4) G 2012
On top of the mastaba, lined with stones, partly destroyed on south. It is south of G 2009, east of G 2010 and north of Junker's excavations. Drift sand and some (broken stones). Remains of shafts not yet exposed and not yet numbered.
(5) G 2130
On the top of the mastaba, south of shaft and west of the room, in exposing the dubsh walls and the casing. Limestone debris, sand, dubsh and stones.
(6) G 2402
On the top of the mastaba. In exposing the shafts. Limestone debris, dubsh, sand and potsherds.
Friday, April 10, 1936
(1) G 2009 B
(2) G 2010 A, B, C
(3) G 2012
(4) G 2402
(1) G 2009
G 2009 B: Removed the body from chamber II, and left the wooden fragments from the coffin in the chamber. Cleared. Drawing.
(2) G 2010
G 2010 A: Removed the chamber blocking. Lined with stones, dubsh, mud bound and limestone debris underneath. Body, head on north. Left for photo.
G 2010 B: Removed the chamber blocking. Lined with dubsh, only on east lined with stones. Dubsh, mud bound and limestone debris underneath. Body, head on north. Left for photo.
G 2010 C: Removed the chamber blocking. Lined with stones, dubsh, mud bound, and limestone debris underneath. Body, head on north, left for photo.
(3) G 2012
On the top of the mastaba. Drift sand and underneath limestone debris, pebble and potsherds. Exposed the shafts A, B, C, D. Not yet started in shafts.
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