- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Saturday, December 5, 1925 (continued)
(1) G 6020
G 6020 A: Cleared away sand (about 30 cm deep) in chamber and found a thin layer of dust and organic decay resting on the floor. In the latter later were a number of alabaster model vessels [25-12-87, 25-12-88, 25-12-89, 25-12-90, 25-12-91, 25-12-92, 25-12-93, 25-12-94, 25-12-95, 25-12-96, 25-12-97, 25-12-98, 25-12-99, 25-12-100, 25-12-101, 25-12-102, 25-12-103, 25-12-104], some beads [25-12-107], fragments of wood [25-12-108], animal bones [25-12-109], and fragments of human bones.
The plan of the chamber is like that of G 6030 A but in the receptacle in floor is a sarcophagus (uninscribed) of smooth white limestone. The lid is broken in pieces and the end of the coffin is broken away.
[ILLUSTRATION with GLYPHS]
On the roof are red guiding lines.
In the sand were three alabaster models, three model chisels of copper, and potsherds, also a plasterers' bowl [ILLUSTRATION] with remains of plaster in bottom (finger marks in plaster).
(2) G 6020
G 6020 room a: Began clearing drift sand off roof of G 6020 a throwing sand into G 6030 pit A (recorded). On this sand was a dump of limestone filling from G 6030 top.
See G 6030 of this date.
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