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Wednesday, December 8, 1937 (continued)

(1) G 2111 (continued)
G 2111 C: In shaft. It is south of D. Lined with crude brick to the beginning of the rock. Total depth 2.55 meters. Dirty debris and broken mud-brick. Chamber on west. Blocked with two stones and bound with traces of mud. Found in shaft debris. Seventeen small inscribed fragments in relief. Blocking left for photo.

G 2111 D: In shaft. It is north of C. Lined with crude brick to the beginning of the rock. Total depth 2.5 meters. Dirty debris and broken mud-brick. Chamber on west. Blocked with rubble with traces of mud bound. Blocking left for photo.
Today we numbered the new mastabas east of G 2100 - G 2111, and south of G 2110 and west of G 2130. Sketch of the new mastabas.

[ILLUSTRATION]

Thursday, December 9, 1937

Work on
(1) G 2113 A, B, C, D

(1) G 2113
G 2113 A: In shaft. Lined with mud-brick above and rock-cut below. It is south of B and east of C. Down 3.1 meters. Dirty debris, broken mud-brick and red debris. Chamber on south. Cut in rock. Blocked with dubsh and with traces of mud bound. Not reached the rock in shaft. Blocking left for photo.

G 2113 B: In shaft and chamber. Lined with crude brick above on three sides east, west and south, on north the lining of mastaba G 2110 with stones. Rock-cut below. Total depth 3.55 meters. Dubsh, limestone debris, pebble and in chamber, dirty debris and remains of bones. Chamber on east. Cut in rock. No blocking. Cleared. Drawing on page 572.

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  • Classification
    Documentation-Expedition diary pages
  • Department
    Harvard University-Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition
  • Credit Line
    Harvard University–Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition
  • Display Page Dates
    12/08/1937; 12/09/1937