- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Wednesday, May 19, 1937(continued)
(2) G 7714 (continued)
Drawing of rock cut tomb G 7714.
Thursday, May 20, 1937
(1) G 7715 a, X, Y, Z, U
(1) G 7715
On the top of the mastaba. It is south of G 7714 and west of G 7716. Limestone debris, rubble, and dirty debris. Uncovered room a, and shafts X, Y, Z and U.
Room a: Cut in rock. Not roofed. It is north of X and Y and west of Z and U. Opened to east. Chamber on west, cut in rock. No blocking. West of this room and above the chamber appears a serdab. Cut in rock, running from north to south with window opened to east. Also in this room on south appears a small cut in rock (square) probably a shaft but unfinished. Found in debris of room a - painted white limestone dish with cake belonging to servant figure, small painted limestone dwarf holding five jars, small painted limestone statuette of squatting man with dog facing him, (four fragments head of a dog missing), fragment of leg of squatting man, jar with hand and left foot of statuette of squatting man, thirty-two[?3 +2?] small painted limestone models of offering jars, fragment of servant figure jar with sieve and woman's hands. Cleared. Drawing.
G 7715 X: In shaft and chamber. Cut in rock. South of room a and west of Y. Total depth 1.64 meters. Limestone debris, dubsh and black debris. Chamber on south, cut in rock. No blocking. Cleared. Drawing.
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