- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Monday, December 29, 1924 (continued)
(2) Street G 7200 and G 7210-7220, G 7221
Street G 7200, front of G 7220 and chapel of G 7210. Continued clearing front of G 7220. The debris is as before - disturbed debris above destroyed casing and drift sand with casing blocks below.
G 7220 also has a niche at north end, really in front of G 7221. The two twin mastabas are alike in having two chapels and a secondary niche (probably two). The northern chapel was probably for the wife.
Limestone casing is core construction throughout.
G 7210 A was never made at all.
G 7210 B and north chapel were probably used for wife.
G 7221 A was unfinished.
G 7220 A and south chapel were for the man.
G 7220 B was unused.
Originally, G 7210 and G 7220 were intended to be two separate mastabas each with two pits A for wife and B for man.
As the work became crowded, threw off a gang to begin G 7210 and G 7220 northern chapel and disclosed the base of the offering inside in chapel (rest destroyed). Ptolemaic objects in upper debris.
(3) Street G 7300.
Pushed railway line IV to north end of G 7320 and stopped using the line for excavating pits G 7410 B and G 7420 A.
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