- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Friday, January 1, 1926 (continued)
(2) Street G 7000 S (continued)
From Avenue G 3 towards east a stone drain runs across Street G 7000 but has been broken up where crossed by crude brick bins. The significant layers of debris were observed at back of G 7130.
crude brick wall
black dust (ashes) 6
mixed debris 5
black floors of crude brick bins 4
white masons debris 3
old masons debris 1
The crude brick bins are sunk in the black floor marked above (4), and often descend to rock. In a bin near the west side of the street are a number of pottery vessels in original positions.
(3) G 7011
Among the crude brick walls which adjoin the east face of G I-c and are apparently connected with the Isis Temple, we exposed a burial (A) and a pit.
G 7011 A: was in a masonry box built in a rectangular compartment in the crude brick masonry. The box was roofed with seven slabs of white limestone with the joints filled with white plaster. Inside was a wooden coffin of the Saite type with corner posts. Beside the coffin on west was a decayed box containing small blue ushabtis. At present the relations of burial, crude brick wall and Isis Temple are not clear.
G 7011 B: is a stone-lined square shaft south of Burial A. Filled with mixed debris. Down about 2 meters.
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