- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Sunday, December 6, 1925 (continued)
(8) G 6031
Small rubble mastaba, next on north of G 6040 mastaba.
G 6031 A: Rubble lined: Down 4 meters: Sand
G 6031 B: Rubble lined: Burial receptacle cut in rock in bottom of pit: Depth 2 meters.
(9) G 6032
Small mastaba south of G 6031: cased rubble.
(10) G 6033
Small rubble mastaba east of G 6031: three pits visible.
(11) G 7000 SW (southwest)
Continued trenches. No. 20 is in very deep debris and at the northeast end came on the back of a small stone mastaba apparently the most southerly of a row.
(12) G 7410 (G 7421)
The pit mentioned yesterday ends at rock and is like the false-pit G 7121, that is, it is built between G 7410 and G 7420.
Monday, December 7, 1925
Eighteenth day of work.
Dunham came over from Me'adi and together we met Mr. Leake of the Thomson-Hurston Company to test the electric light plant. Four 1000-candle power lamps were attached at end of 40 meter double-line. Took four photos with closed down windows.
1) three lamps without reflectors - five seconds (good)
2) three lamps without reflectors - ten seconds (overexposed)
3) one lamp with reflector - thirty seconds (good)
4) one lamp with reflector - sixty seconds (overexposed)
The supply of light appears to be about double our requirements. The machine gives us
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