- Giza 3D
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GIZA DIARY, 1936
Friday, May 1, 1936
(1) G 2409 A, B, C
(2) G 2419
(1) G 2409
G 2409 A: In shaft and chamber. Lined with stones above and rock below. It is north of the mastaba serdab, south of C and west of X. It is the big shaft in the mastaba. Total depth 5.70 meters excavated before 5.20 meters. Drift sand and stones. Chamber on south: cut in rock. No blocking. On south of the chamber the floor is higher than the rest of the floor. Cleared. Drawing.
G 2409 B: In shaft: lined with dubsh above and rock below: it is east of C, south of D and north of X: total depth 3.55 meters. excavated before 2.40 meters. Drift sand and black debris. Ended at rock. No chamber. Drawing.
G 2409 C: In shaft and chamber. It is north of A, west of B and south of E. It is lined with dubsh above and rock below. Total depth 8.10 meters. Excavated before 7.20 meter. Black debris, paper and stones. Two chambers appear I and II:
Chamber I: On west. Very small, depth 20 cm. cut in rock. No blocking.
Chamber II: On south. small, cut in rock. No blocking. Cleared. empty. Drawing on page 314.
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