- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Saturday, February 9, 1935 (continued)
(1) G 1202 (continued)
Drawing of G 1202 Y.
G 1202 U: Lined with stones. Rock below. Total depth 2.45 meters. Sand and limestone debris. Ended at rock. No chamber.
G 1202 V: Lined with stones. Rock below. Down 2.6 meters. Sand. Chamber appears. On east cut in rock. No blocking. Found in shaft debris: fragments of wooden coffin [35-2-7]. Not reached the rock in shaft.
Sunday, February 10, 1935
(1) G 1202 V
(2) G 1356 A, B
(3) G 1357 A
(1) G 1202
G 1202 V: In shaft and chamber. Total depth 3.68 meters. Drift sand. Body [35-4-38] head on north. Left the body for photo.
(2) G 1356
G 1356 A: Lined with dubsh and bound with mud underneath two mud courses. Rock below. Down 1.85 meters. Sand, drift papers. Not reached the rock in shaft and chamber.
G 1356 B: Lined with dubsh bound with mud. Total depth 1.55 meters. Sand and drift papers. Chamber in shaft from north to south. Roofed with three stones. Left it for drawing and photo.
(3) G 1357
G 1357 A: Line with mud brick rock below. On west and north lined with mud above underneath two course of stones rock below. Sand, drift papers or (blown) and black debris. Total depth 3.7 meters. Excavated before 2.7 meters. Chamber on south cut in rock. No blocking. Cleared it. Drawing.
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