- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Sunday, August 2, 1936
(1) G 2091 A, B, C
(1) G 2091
G 2091 A: In shaft. Total depth 7.63 meters, limestone debris, dubsh, pebble and big stones fallen in shaft. Chamber on south cut in rock, it was blocked with dubsh and bound with mud and underneath limestone debris, because we found the remains of the blocking. In chamber on west appears: limestone coffin cut in rock from north to south with lid, but the lid displaced. On the lid on south, the skull of the body, and east of the coffin, south of the chamber the remains of the bones of the body thrown. Coffin and lid left for photo.
G 2091 B: In shaft. It is north of A, south of C and west of D. Lined with dubsh mud brick and bound with mud. Down 1.90 meters, drift sand and underneath limestone debris, dubsh and pebble. Not reached the rock in shaft and not reached the chamber.
G 2091 C: In shaft. It is north of B, at the end of the mastaba on northwest, small shaft. Lined with dubsh and bound with mud. Down 1.20 meters. Drift sand and underneath limestone debris and dubsh. Not reached the rock in shaft and not reached the chamber.
Monday, August 3, 1936
(1) G 2091 and shafts B, C, D and the serdab
(1) G 2091
In the street west of this mastaba, to expose the floor of the street, drift sand, dubsh and stones. The street not yet cleared, and not reached the floor.
G 2091 B: In shaft and chamber. It is lined to the beginning of the rock. Total depth 3.70 meters, limestone debris, dubsh, pebble and sand. Chamber on west lined with dubsh and bound with mud. Roofed with stones. No blocking. Empty. Drawing.
G 2091 C: In shaft and chamber. Lined to the beginning of the rock. Total depth 3.25 meters, sand, limestone debris and dubsh. Chamber on west lined with dubsh and roofed with stones. No blocking. Cleared. Empty. Drawing.
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