- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Friday, March 12, 1926 (continued)
(3) G 7130
Finished clearing chapel of G 7130, which is of type of G 7110 and G 7120 etc. No trace of inscription on fragments.
(4) G 7163
G 7163 A: Depth 1.92 meters. Chamber on west, roofed with slabs, empty.
(5) Street G 7200 S
Continued clearing away surface rubbish (siftings) to level of railroad VIII working to north. Usual Saite-Ptolemaic fragments [including 26-3-54, fragment of ushabti inscribed for Ankhsekhmet] and fragment of inscribed alabaster [26-3-52].
(6) Isis temple
Pit J: Continued clearing pit, depth 10.4 meters. Began clearing chamber of pit, four burial niches or chambers, ushabti with name of [GLYPHS] [26-3-38 & 26-3-39, fragments of ushabtis inscribed for Horemsaef, child of Tadi-iset], etc.
(7) G 7130 (north chapel)
In the upper debris of street G 7100 S where stones have been broken by lime burners. We found four or five fragments of a large figure in relief and one of these had the signs [GLYPHS]. I suggest the name [GLYPHS] Tuka, son of Khufukhaf (see Daressy Annals XVI page 257 ff.)
G 7140 main south chapel of G 7130 and G 7140-Prince Khufukhaf.
G 7130 south chapel of G 7130 and G 7140-wife of Khufukhaf.
G 7130 north chapel added to outside of mastaba-Tuka son of Khufukhaf.
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