- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Wednesday, October 6, 1937
(1) G 2018a (continued)
G 2018a X Drawing
(2) G 2018b
In the shaft of this mastaba. It is lined with stones and some mud-brick. It is north of G 2018a X, south of G 2019a and west of G 2027b.
G 2018b A: In shaft. Lined with crude brick on west, with dubsh on south, and north and with stones on east. Down 1.45 meters. Dubsh and pebbles. Chamber on south. Blocked with stones and dubsh and bound with mud. Blocking left for photo.
(3) G 2019a
In the mastaba shafts. The mastaba in north of G 2018b and south of G 2040. Lined with stones and partly destroyed.
G 2109a A: In shaft. Lined with crude brick and dubsh. It is south of B. Total depth 2 meters. Sand, and limestone debris and dubsh underneath. Two chambers appear.
Chamber I. On north. Built in shaft B with crude brick. It was roofed with stones, because we found the remains of the roofing stones. On north it is lined with stones. No blocking. Open and empty.
Chamber II. On east. Lined with crude brick and roofed with stones. No blocking. Only the roof fallen inside the chamber, not yet cleared.
G 2019a B: In shaft. It is north of A. Lined with dubsh above and bound with mud, below lined with crude brick. Down 1.75 meters. Sand, and limestone debris and pebble underneath. In the shaft appears lining and roofing of chamber I of shaft A. Not reached the rock in shaft and not reached the second chamber.
Drawing of G 2019a A I.
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