- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Saturday, January 9, 1926 (continued)
(4) Pits in Isis Temple (continued)
G 7011 D: A burial box immediately west of room T, and has been completely plundered. In the south wall, two inscribed stones have been reused:
1) [GLYPHS] Dunham's copy
2) [GLYPHS] Dunham's copy
(See Sunday, January 10)
(Drab nummulitic limestone weathered)
For [GLYPHS] cf. Debehen (Urk. p. 18)
and also [Werkhnum?] (Urk. I p. 47)
These stones appear to be from an important Old Kingdom biography.
(a) - (d) G 7011 E and G 7011 F: A pair of burial boxes made at the same time. West of G 7011 D. Both plundered.
(e) G 7011 G: Empty burial box constructed against the east face of G I-c south of boxes E - F.
(f) Pit in Isis Temple, room F
Finished clearing the eight rooms i - viii of the pit in room F of Isis Temple except for a roofed coffin trench in viii.
Found fragments of ushabti. In room i were eight (at least) of [GLYPHS] [Ankhpakhered, 26-1-307, 26-1-308, 26-1-309, 26-1-310, 26-1-311, 26-1-312] see inscription on rock cut coffin in room IV (a fragment of one of the ushabtis number 25-12-488 was found in Avenue G 3.)
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