- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Monday, February 14, 1938 (continued)
(1) G 2054 (continued)
(1) G 2054 Y: In shaft. Lined above with crude brick on west and east and with dubsh and stones on north and south, to the beginning of the bad rock. It is west of X. Total depth 1.6 meters. Drift sand. Ends at rock. No chamber. Type 7 X.
(2) G 2100
G 2100 X: In shaft and chamber. Lined above with crude brick on three sides and only on south with stones. It is east of Y. Total depth 55 cm. Dubsh and limestone debris. Chamber on west side of shaft. It was roofed with dubsh, and after the photograph was taken the roof fall into the chamber. Cleared. Drawing.
G 2100 Y: In shaft and chamber. Lined with masonry. It is west of X near the northwest corner of the mastaba. Total depth 53 cm. Dirty debris and dubsh. Chamber in shaft. Built with stones, the roof gone. Cleared. Drawing.
G 2100 Z: In shaft and chamber. Lined above with stones on three sides, and only on south with stones, and cut in bad rock below. It is west of the mastaba. Total depth 1.8 meters. Limestone debris, dubsh, pebble and red debris, and in the chamber bones. Chamber on east. Cut in bad rock. No blocking. Cleared.
Tuesday, February 15, 1938
Day of rest.
Prof. Edgell and Smiths arrived from Quft.
Wednesday, February 16, 1938
(1) G 1203
(2) G 2052 B
(3) G 2054 B
(4) G 2110 U
(5) G 6024 A, B
(1) G 1203
Mr. W.S. Smith found in a trench (dug in search of another shaft) in the filling of the mastaba a limestone stone with quarry marks, in red.
(2) G 2052
G 2052 B: Removed the chamber blocking. Two stones, dubsh, traces of mud and limestone debris. Body, head on north. Left for photo.
(3) G 2054
G 2054 B: In chamber. Limestone debris, dubsh, stones, and dirty debris. Cleared. Drawing on page 619.
(4) G 2110
G 2110 U: Removed the chamber blocking. One stone, dubsh and traces of mud. Body, head on north. Left for photo.
(5) G 6024
On the top of the mastaba. In exposing the shafts. Rubble mastaba, west of G 6021 and north of G 6025. Sand and dubsh. Exposed two shafts A, B.
G 6024 A: In shaft. Lined above with rubble on north and east and with masonry on west and south and cut in rock below. It is south of B. Total depth 3 meters. White limestone debris, rubble and stones. Chamber on east. Cut in rock. Blocked with rubble and bound mud. Blocking left for photo.
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