- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Monday, February 23, 1925 (continued)
(1) Street G 7500 (continued)
[G 7521 (continued)]
[in situ south false door, false door tablet fragment 25-2-1003, relief fragment 25-2-1004, lintel 25-2-1002]
Under coarse roofing slabs at the south end of the chapel of G 7521 there is a Ptolemaic-Roman burial G 7509 H.
Work in the pits is detailed thus:
G 7509 E: Clearing pit. Down 800 in dirty debris.
G 7510 I: Cleared. 820 deep.
G 7519 D: Pit cleared. 613 deep. Chamber on north broken through by G 7509 C.
G 7521 A: Down 450 in dirty robbers' debris. Chamber on north.
G 7521 B: Down 400 in robbers' debris.
G 7521 D: Down 440 in disturbed debris.
G 7521 X: Disturbed debris.
G 7610 A: Clearing robbers' debris from chamber.
G 7610 W: Clearing robbers' debris from chamber.
G 7620 A: Cleared.
G 7620 O: Pit clear. 945 deep. Chambers on south, east, and north.
G 7620 R: Clearing chamber of fairly clean sand.
G 7632 A: Still clearing chambers.
G 7641 C: Down 480. Many pots in robbers' debris mixed with sand.
(2) G 7000 X
The limits of [the pit // GAR] are now clear. [The limestone packing seen at the end of the tunnel was the packing of the pit. // GAR] [Directly over this packing // GAR] there were found this morning the rectangular outlines of a pit [seen in the rock surface // GAR]. [The mouth of // GAR] this pit was cleverly concealed by being blocked with large rough pieces of rock cemented together to imitate the natural surface of the "gebel" [nummulitic limestone]. It was through this pit [mouth // GAR] that the blocks [of the packing observed at the end of the tunnel // GAR] were lowered and cemented into position course by course. [(N. B. Corrections by GAR in brackets  )]
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