- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Thursday, January 22, 1925 (continued)
(1) Street G 7300 and G 7310
Street G 7300: east of G 7310.
North of projected pit mentioned yesterday an intrusive mastaba has been found, crude brick. There are two pits G 7310 Y and Z.
G 7310 Y is a large pit against the core wall of mastaba G 7310. The pit is now being cleared and at a depth of 270 cm robbers' debris is coming up. At a depth of 220 cm at the north end of the pit there is a rock ledge. A chamber has been found on the west.
G 7310 Z is a smaller pit now being cleared. At depth of 70 cm there is robbers' debris. The constructions now found in this part of the street are planned in the accompanying sketch:
(2) Street G 7400 and G 7410-7420
Street G 7400: east of G 7420 and G 7410.
Work continued in the street on the east side to the east of the interior chapel of G 7420 and for about 8.5 meters to the northwards. A fragment of limestone relief was found here.
On the west side of the street men were working in the surface debris of Ptolemaic age a few meters to the north. A series of Ptolemaic mummies were found buried in the debris between 7.40 meters and 11 meters south of the interior chapel of G 7410 against the wall of that mastaba and for about a meter eastwards into the street. To the south of these, also against the wall of the mastaba was found a Ptolemaic grave built of rough limestone blocks and containing fragments of a decayed body. It leveled up with about 25 to 100 cm below the top of the fourth course of masonry of the mastaba G 7420.
(3) Street G 7800
Several mastabas found here and numbered serially G 7801 etc. They will be planned tomorrow as the scheme is still very confused.
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