- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Wednesday, October 20, 1937 (continued)
(2) G 2026d
G 2026d X: Removed the chamber blocking. Three stones, mud bound and limestone debris underneath. Body, head on north, left for photo.
(3) G 2027b
G 2027b B: Removed the body from chamber II. The body is not photographed because the chamber is very narrow. Drawing.
(4) G 2041
On the top of the mastaba to expose the remains of the shafts. Sand, limestone debris and dubsh. Mastaba not yet cleared.
Thursday, October 21, 1937
(1) G 2026b A
(2) G 2032 A, B, X
(3) G 2040
(1) G 2026b
G 2026b A: Removed the body from the chamber. The body not photographed because the chamber is very narrow. Drawing.
(2) G 2032
Stone mastaba. North of G 2006 and G 2007, south of G 2033 and west of G 2034. Exposed three shafts. A, B, X. On the top of the mastaba we found and inscribed stone (sunk relief), man seated at a table of bread with staff in hand. Removed the stones to the camp.
G 2032 A: In shaft and chambers. Lined with dubsh above and rock-cut below. It is south of B. Total depth 6.3 meters. Excavated before 4.1 meters. Drift sand. Two chambers.
Chamber I. On west. Cut in rock. No blocking. North-south rock-cut coffin with broken lid (half of the lid thrown east of the coffin and the other half in place on the coffin ), empty. Found in chamber I debris. Complete jar? (pottery).
Chamber II. On east. Cut in rock. It is small chamber. No blocking. Cleared. Drawing on page 542.
G 2032 B: In shaft and chamber. Lined with dubsh above and rock-cut below. It is north of A. Total depth 5.13 meters. Excavated before 2.75 meters. Drift sand and white limestone debris. Chamber on east. Cut in rock. No blocking. North-south rock-cut coffin, with lid broken. The southern half of the lid on the coffin and the northern half displaced. Empty. Found in chamber debris. Limestone canopic jar with lid, three lids, and ox bones. Cleared. Drawing on page 542.
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