- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Saturday, November 8, 1924 (continued)
(3) G I-b (continued)
In the black debris north of the temple were found the usual scattered amulets and fragments of amulets, rings etc. of the Ptolemaic-Roman period as south of temple. Along with these were some earlier fragments. The base of a cylinder jar of diorite [24-11-246] bored with a tube-borer and smoothed inside [ILLUSTRATION]. Dynasty 4 type (early). There was also a small fragment of diorite [24-11-250] with a ribbed band in relief perhaps from a statue.
(4) Avenue G 2
Street between G 7120 and G 7130. Before moving the loading switch ordered the western part of the street between G 7120 and G 7130 to be cleared. As we go eastward in this street the sebbakh digging diminishes. The bins continue eastwards.
Sunday, November 9, 1924
Ninth day of work.
Egyptians: 86 (one laid off account of injury)
(1) G I-b debris of decay, [street G 7000]
(2) G I-b street [G 7000, opp. north parts of G I-b]
(3) Street between G 7120 and G 7130, [avenue G 2]
(4) G 7131, pit
(1) G I-b
Cleared face of pyramid to northeast corner of core, and down to trodden floor of bins.
(2) Street G 7000
G I-b street. Moved the loading switch about 10 meters northwards and cleared away the end of the railroad embankment. Began clearing the underlying debris. Near the northern side of the temple found a fragment of limestone inscription in relief in the heavier style of the Khafre period.
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