- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Saturday, January 10, 1925 (continued)
(14) G 7102 (continued)
large inscribed facade of a tomb; this facade faced north and is 285 cm in length. Its section is:
two lines of text here (horizontal)
seven horizontal lines of text here, and one vertical, with figure of [GLYPHS] [Idu] at right. He holds the kherep baton in his left hand, and a staff in his right hand. He faces east and stands upright. Body and face red; collar and wrists blue; garment (shenti) yellow.
At the north of facade has appeared an open courtyard, the west and east walls of which are of crude brick. It is filled with Ptolemaic debris, from which came two fragments of an alabaster head of a king (Khufu?), from a life size statue, with a hawk perhaps at back of head as in diorite Khafre statue. Triple pleated headdress.
These fragments belong to those found on the 9th January. The courtyard, at south end, was cleared down sufficiently for us to see a chamber at the south. In looking through the entrance we could see a single chamber with six rock-cut statues (five adult and one child) in the niches in the east wall. These and the scenes around them appear to have very bright colors. On west wall, just inside door, is a list of offerings, in color. A false door is cut into the middle of the west wall. The chamber will be more fully described later. A rough plan of the tomb is given below:
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