- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Wednesday, September 25, 1935 (continued)
(2) G 2185 (continued)
Drawing of G 2185 A
(3) G 2192 (continued)
Tracing of the inscribed lintel stone [inscribed for Inenka] [35-9-32].
(4) G 2339
G 2339 C: Removed the chamber blocking. Removed the roof stones which is thrown into the chamber. Two small stones and some dubsh and bound mud in the blocking. Also limestone debris and black debris. Underneath three stones and two small pieces of dubsh. It is the roof of the chamber which is thrown inside the chamber. Lined with mud brick. Open and empty. Drawing.
G 2339 D: Removed chamber blocking. Two stones, dubsh and mud bound. In chamber silt deposited by rain. Body. Head on north. Model dish beside the body legs. Body and the dish left for photo.
(5) G 2347
G 2347 A [= G 5551 A]: Removed the coffin lid which is cut in rock, from north to south. The lid consists of two stones. The south stone is bigger than the north stone, they are bound with gypsum. A body appears inside the coffin. Head on north. Left for photo. This shaft was excavated before in 1933, but now we found the coffin.
G 2347 B [= G 5551 B]: In shaft. Small shaft. Lined with mud brick. It is east of A. Total depth 1.15 meters. White limestone debris, potsherds and broken mud brick. Chamber on south lined with mud brick. Roofed with mud brick. No blocking. Open and empty. Drawing on page 128.
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