- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Saturday, April 2, 1938 (continued)
(1) G 2089 (continued)
G 2089 C: In shaft. Lined above with rubble to the beginning of the rock. It is north of B and west of east. Total depth 1.62 meters. Limestone debris, rubble, pebble and red debris. Chamber on south. Blocked with two slabs and dubsh. Left for photo. Drawing of G 2089 and shafts.
(2) East of G 2091
East of this mastaba. In exposing the lining and the shafts of the mastaba excavated yesterday. Sand, limestone debris, dubsh, pebble, red debris and potsherds. Exposed the lining of G 2089.
Sunday, April 3, 1938
(1) G 2089 A, D, E, X
(2) G 2089
(1) G 2089
G 2089 A: In shaft. Total depth 4.35 meters. Limestone debris, rubble, pebble, red debris and white limestone debris. Chamber on east. Cut in rock. Blocked with stones and with traces of mud. Blocking left for photo.
G 2089 D: In shaft and chamber. Lined with rubble to the beginning of the rock and bound with mud. It is south of E and north of the chapel. Total depth 1.56 meters. Limestone debris, rubble, pebble, red debris and traces of child bones in the chamber. Chamber on west. Built of rubble and roofed with slabs. No blocking. Cleared. Drawing.
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