- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Thursday January 14, 1926 (continued)
(2) Isis Temple (continued)
G 7011 H: The pit to the south appears to have been an Old Kingdom pit. The total depth was 5.95 meters.
In the debris, fragments late faience and also a fragment of a diorite stand [ILLUSTRATION].
G 7011 I and G 7011 J: are two masonry box graves, just south of room T.
G 7011 K: is a roofed place also adjoining T.
(3) G 7150
This mastaba shows four periods of constructions.
i is the original structure, a small stone mastaba with sloping faces. Pits C, D, appear to belong to it.
ii is a massive stone wall, sloping where dressed which enlarges i on the south and west. On the north the ii is built over the i wall up to about two-thirds of the length. The pits or compartments A and B were constructed in ii abutting on i.
iii is an addition to the south (not yet explored).
iv contains the offering room a and was built against ii and iii.
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