- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Thursday, April 22, 1937(continued)
Drawing of mastabas G 2014, G 2013.
(3) G 2378
North of this mastaba. Search for new mastabas and shafts. Limestone debris, rubble, stones, sand and broken mud brick. Found in debris: small inscribed limestone fragments [37-4-11, fragments of false door inscribed for Henti], small alabaster fragment [37-4-12], limestone fragment with blue traces [37-4-13]. Nothing yet exposed.
(4) G 2431
G 2431 A: Removed the chamber blocking. Debris. One big slab (we break) and dubsh, and inside the chamber one big stone, limestone debris, dubsh and mud brick. North-south coffin cut in rock, lid gone, debris on north, body head on north (broken) inside the coffin. Also beside the body inside the coffin we found wooden fragments (perhaps from a wooden coffin). Body left for photo.
(5) G 2432
G 2432 B: Removed the chamber blocking. It is roofed and lined with stones. Two stones, dubsh and mud bound, underneath limestone debris and black debris and in the chamber mud brick and dubsh. Body, head on north (broken). Left for photo.
(6) G 2433
G 2433 C: Removed the chamber blocking. Mud brick, mud bound from the blocking. In chamber, limestone debris, rubble, potsherds and dirty debris. No body in chamber, open and empty. Drawing.
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