- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Giza 1925-1926 Book III
Wednesday, February 10, 1926 (continued from Book II)
(2) Avenue G 4
In Avenue G 4, examining the debris at north end of G 7000 and G 7060.
The debris is clean old debris from the period of ancient plundering, previous to the Saite period. The wall above X resting in this debris is of the Saite-Ptolemic type. [ILLUSTRATION]
(3) G 7050
If G 7050 is the tomb of Queen Nefretkau, and if she was the queen of Khufu, then that mastaba should have only one burial pit. The great pit B at the northwest corner of the offering room.
Had the men excavate the north end of G 7050 in line with pit A of G 7060 to determine whether G 7050 has or has not a pit A.
This mastaba is a filled core with backed retaining wall. The retaining wall was built course by course and backed course by course with one layer of heavy local stone. Inside the backing, the mastaba was filled course by course (approximately) with clean mason's debris.
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