- Giza 3D
- My Giza
microfilm: begin page 558
Saturday, November 13, 1937 (continued)
(3) G 2037a (continued)
G 2037a B: In shaft and chamber. It is northwest of A and east of C. Lined with dubsh above and underneath one limestone course. Total depth 1.15 meters. Limestone debris, pebble and dirty debris. Chamber on south. Lined with crude brick. It was roofed with stones because we found one stone remaining from the roof on south. No blocking. Cleared. Drawing.
Drawing of the mastabas in which the work resumed today.
Some of the boys and guards in binding the roofs of Salem's rooms, Tewfik's rooms, Yunis's rooms.
Sunday, November 14, 1937
(1) G 2037a C
(2) G 2037b A, B, X
(3) G 2038a A
[(1) G 2037a C: omitted from typed text]
[(2)] G 2037[b]
Partly destroyed stone and crude brick mastaba. It is north of G 2025 and south of G 2037a. Two uninscribed crude brick stelae bound with pilaster and gyps on east side of the mastaba. Exposed three shafts A, B, X.
G 2037[b] A: In shaft. It is east of B. Lined with crude brick. Total depth 1 meter. Limestone debris, dirty debris, pebble and red sand. Chamber in shaft. Cut in red rock mixed with pebbles. Not roofed. Body (child) head on north, left for photo.
G 2037[b] B: In shaft. It is west of A and east of X. Lined with crude brick. Only on east lined with stones to the beginning of the red rock. Total depth 1 meter. Limestone debris, red sand and pebble. Ended at rock. No chamber.
G 2037[b] X: In shaft. It is west of B. Lined with dubsh above and stones underneath and rock-cut below. Down 3.7 meters. Limestone debris, red sand and pebble. Not reached the rock in shaft and not reached the chamber.
(3) G 2038a
Partly destroyed dubsh mastaba. It is north of G 2035c X and south of G 2038b. Exposed one shaft A.
microfilm: end page 558
Porter, Bertha, and Rosalind L.B. Moss. <I>Topographical Bibliography of Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphic Texts, Reliefs, and Paintings </I>3: Memphis (Abû Rawâsh to Dahshûr). Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1931. 2nd edition. 3: <I>M</I>emphis, Part 1 (Abû Rawâsh to Abûsîr), revised and augmented by Jaromír Málek. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1974.