- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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(2) G 4711
G 4711 A: In shaft and chamber. It is north of B. Lined with stones above and rock below. Total depth 3.05 meters. Excavated before 2.4 meters. Drift sand, papers and black debris. Chamber on east. In the middle of the shaft. Lined with stones and limestone debris. Roofed with stones. Only some of the roof stones gone on north. No blocking. In the southeast corner they cut in rock a hole for the chamber. The rock is bad. Found in chamber debris. Broken bones with a broken head of a body. Cleared. Drawing.
G 4711. This mastaba built against the east of G 4710 on north and west of G 4812. Lined with stones. Small mastaba. Drawing.
(3) G 4812
G 4812 B: Removed the chamber roof, because the roof fall in to the chamber. Limestone debris, black debris and potsherds from the debris of the mastaba casing, stones from the chamber roof. Cleared. Drawing on page 198.
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