- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Saturday, January 24, 1925 (continued)
(1) Street G 7400 and G 7421
Street G 7400: east of G 7410 and G 7420.
Work is proceeding in the street on the west side opposite G 7410 and across the whole street at about 15 meters north of the exterior chapel of G 7420. The late pit G 7421 X has now been cleared.
(2) Street G 7500
Street G 7500: east of G 7510.
The east face of the great mastaba G 7510 is now being cleared from the north corner southwards, a railhead for Line VI being established here, as shown in the plan below.
(3) Street G 7800
The area hitherto known as street G 7800 is now divided up to mastabas G 7801 to G 7809 and rock-cut tombs G 7810 to G 7812. See plan on next page.
(4) G 7510
The men are searching the south end of this mastaba for pits.
(5) G 7112
G 7112 A: This burial has now been photographed and drawn. The body seems that of a young adult female, the occipital region of the skull bears a large malformation or swelling. A bronze spatula and great numbers of disc and cylinder beads of glaze were found beside much gold foil some of it impressed with designs.
(6) G 7215
G 7215 A: There is no northern chamber.
G 7215 I: Male body, much flesh preserved. Only a wooden headrest [GLYPHS] (on base of headrest) [25-1-116, inscribed for Nebenheb(?)]
G 7215 Y: A lower chamber below the empty one on page 203 was opened today and therein was found a confused body tightly crushed in.
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