- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Saturday, July 11, 1936, (continued)
(2) G 2418 (continued)
G 2418 F: Removed the body from the chamber.
G 2418 G: Removed the body from the chamber.
G 2418 J: Removed the body from chamber II.
The plate of the photograph broken off from Mohamedani after photographed it.
(3) G 2422
East of this mastaba and north of G 2418. In order to expose the place and to see if there any mastaba, limestone debris, dubsh and sand. Mastabas not yet exposed.
G 2422 E: Removed the body from the chamber. Chamber is small and cannot be photographed.
Sunday, July 12, 1936
(1) G 2418 F, G, J
(2) G 2422
(1) G 2418
G 2418 F: In shaft underneath the chamber. Total depth 3.15 meters, limestone debris, dubsh and black debris. Ended at rock. No other chambers. Drawing.
G 2418 G: In shaft underneath chamber I. Down 3.40 meters, limestone debris, black debris and dubsh. Chamber II in shaft on west roofed with one big stone and dubsh. Blocked with two stones and bound with mud. Roof and blocked of chamber II left for photo. Not reached the rock in shaft, and not appear if there is chamber III or not.
G 2418 J: In shaft underneath chamber I. Total depth 2.80 meters, limestone debris, dubsh, black debris and stones from chamber II. Ended at rock. There is no chamber III. Drawing on page 367.
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