- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Thursday, October 1, 1936 (continued)
(1) G 2428 (continued)
G 2428 Z: In shaft. It is in the street between this mastaba and G 2421 on north. It is north of Y. Lined with stones. Down 2.10 meters, limestone debris, dubsh, stones and black debris. Not reached the rock in shaft and not reached the chamber.
G 2428 U [= G 2436 C]: In shaft and chamber. It is north of the mastaba. Lined with mud brick on west and north, lining gone on north and lined with stones on east and south, small shaft. Total depth 80 cm, sand and limestone debris. Chamber on east lined and roofed with stones. No blocking. Open and empty. Drawing.
Friday, October 2, 1936
(1) G 2420 V
(2) G 2421 X
(3) G 2422 Z, U
(4) G 2428 Z
(1) G 2420
G 2420 V: North of this shaft and east of chamber I appear a roof of another chamber. We exposed that this roof of the second chamber. We numbered this chamber as chamber II, it is runs from north to south and blocked with one stone and some dubsh. Chamber II blocking left for photo.
(2) G 2421
G 2421 X: Removed the door lintel of the shaft, because the stone is inscribed in (sunk relief) and broken into two fragments. It is a fragment from a deep limestone basin [36-10-4] with the name of Akhet-Meruwt [Akhmerutnisut].
Sketch of the stone.
(3) G 2422
G 2422 Z: Removed the lining of the shaft to remove out the inscribed fragments of the stone, we found many big and small fragments, some in the lining and some in the debris.
G 2422 U: In shaft. It is south of Z and east of V. Lined with stones. In this shaft built shaft V, and the northeast corner of V is in shaft U, down 80 cm, limestone debris, dubsh and stones from the lining of shaft V. East of this shaft, a limestone stela [36-10-5] built in the wall and partly destroyed above. The stela is inscribed in (sunk relief). Not reached the rock in shaft and not reached the chamber.
[ILLUSTRATION/GLYPHS] [false door of Pan]
(4) G 2428
G 2428 Z: In shaft. Total depth 3.15 meters, limestone debris, dubsh and black debris. Chamber on north blocked with dubsh. Reached the rock in shaft. Blocking left for photo.
Saturday, October 3, 1936
(1) G 2418 Z
(2) G 2422 U
(3) G 2423
(4) G 2426
(1) G 2418
G 2418 Z: We found in the roof of the chamber big limestone fragment inscribed (in sunk relief) and partly gone with a cartouche of Khufu [36-10-15]. The stone left for photo.
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