- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Saturday, February 7, 1925 (continued)
(1) Street G 7500 (continued)
It has now been found that the northwestern corner of G 7631 lies over the stone flooring of the exterior chapel of G 7510 which will prevent our tracing the complete plan of this chapel at all events this season.
Pit G 7510 Y has now been cleared and a room found on the west, open. In the door of this chamber there are two bodies, probably Saite - Ptolemaic in date, extended, heads east. Beyond to the north appears to be a sarcophagus. Work here awaits the necessary photograph of these bodies. The pit is 6.90 meters in depth to native rock. [ILLUSTRATION]
(2) G 7120
G 7120 A: The tomb of Kawab. Here the debris was cleared from around the sarcophagus that the inscriptions might be copied. The sarcophagus is 91 cm deep and 2.25 meters long. The inscriptions are mostly very shallow cutting and have been painted green, the outline and a very few details added in black.
(3) G 7430
Clearing the east rooms below pit C. Filthy debris coming up. In the outermost chapel is a fragment of limestone relief [GLYPHS] south end.
(4) G 7510
Work here only on the chapels. (see 1)).
(5) G 7631
(see also 1)
Clearing pit C. Down 5.50. Dirty robbers' debris. Still descending. In pit A the bottom has been reached at 8.95 meters. Various chambers of which there are many, are being cleaned. Of the pits associated with this mastaba A seems to be original, reused and altered in Saite - Ptolemaic times, B may have been early but has been completely changed. It breaks into a small room leading from A on a higher level. X is almost certainly(?) late. It smashes through the roof of B chamber.
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