- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Friday, December 10, 1937 (continued)
(4) G 2112c
Masonry and rubble mastaba. East of G 2112b and south of G 2112a. On east wall appears uninscribed stela. Exposed two shafts A, X
G 2112c A: In shaft and chamber. In chamber I. Lined with rubble above and rock-cut below. It is in the middle of the mastaba. North of X. Total depth 3.6 meters. Rubble, limestone debris and potsherds. In the chamber traces of bones. Two chambers.
Chamber I: On south. Cut in rock. No blocking. Cleared.
Chamber II: On south. Cut in rock. Blocked with two slabs and rubble. Reached the rock in shaft. Chamber II left for photo.
G 2112c X: In shaft. Lined with rubble above and cut in red rock mixed with pebble below. It is south of the mastaba, east of G 2112b X. Total depth 2.1 meters. Rubble, limestone debris, red debris and pebble. Ends at rock. No chamber. Type 7 X.
Saturday, December 11, 1937
(1) G 2112b Y, Z
(2) G 2114 A, B
(1) G 2112b
G 2112b Y: In shaft and chamber. Lined with crude brick to the beginning of red rock. Partly destroyed. It is built in the southwest corner of the mastaba. Total depth 1.4 meters. Limestone debris and dirty debris. Chamber on west. Lined with masonry and only on east with crude brick it was roofed with stones, because we found one roofing slab in place on south. No blocking. Cleared. Drawing.
G 2112b Z: In shaft. It is south of the lining of the mastaba. It is underneath the shaft X. Lined with masonry to the beginning of the rock. Total depth 90 cm. Broken mud-brick, rubble and limestone debris. Ended at rock. No chamber. Type 7 X.
(2) G 2114
Partly destroyed stone mastaba. It is east of G 2110 and south of G 2112b C. Exposed eight shafts A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H.
G 2114 A: In shaft and chamber. Lined with rubble above and rock-cut below. It is west of B. Total depth 3.9 meters. Rubble, masonry, limestone debris, crude brick and remains of bones. Chamber on north. Cut in rock. No blocking. Cleared. Drawing.
G 2114 B: In shaft. Lined with rubble above and rock-cut below. It is east of A and south of C. Total depth 3.05 meters. Limestone debris, potsherds and rubble. Chamber on east. Cut in rock. Blocked with three slabs and rubble and bound with traces of gypsum. Blocking left for photo.
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