- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Sunday, February 22, 1925 (continued)
(1) Street G 7500 (continued)
[relief fragment 25-2-922, from G 7521]
G 7509 C: Down 330 cm in stones and dirty sand. Chamber on north.
G 7509 D: Shallow grave. Clear.
G 7509 E: Down 560 cm in dirty sand.
G 7509 F: Late(?) grave in between mastabas, to south of G 7521. Clear.
G 7509 G: Cleared. 160 cm deep. No chamber.
G 7510 G: Chambers now cleared.
G 7519 A: Now clear.
G 7519 B: C. Cleared. About 120 cm deep.
G 7519 D: Pit cleared. 520 cm deep.
G 7608 C: Down 915 cm.
G 7610 A: Pit clear of dirty sand. 390 cm deep. Chamber on west.
G 7610 W: Pit clear of dirty sand 1030 cm deep. Chamber on east and west.
G 7610 X: Pit clear. 200 cm deep. Chamber on north.
G 7610 Y: Cleared. 320 cm deep. Chamber on east.
G 7610 Z: Cleared. 270 cm deep. Chamber on north.
G 7620 A: Pit clear. 1030 cm deep. Chamber on north.
G 7620 I: Cleared. 180 cm deep. Chamber on south.
G 7620 J: Cleared. 200 cm deep. No chamber.
G 7620 O: Down 850 cm in robbers' debris. Many inscribed large blue glaze ushabtis [25-2-949] as of Dynasty 25 - 26 bearing the name of the [GLYPHS] [Patjenef] whose mother's name was [GLYPHS] [Herib-bastet]. Chamber is on south not yet quite reached.
G 7620 Q: Cleared.
G 7610 R: Clearing chambers.
G 7632 A: Still obtaining many small late beads from very dirty debris in chambers. Some inscribed ushabtis of [GLYPHS] [Ahmose son of Wahibre] and great numbers similar uninscribed [25-2-954, 25-2-955, 25-2-956, 25-2-957, 25-2-958]. From this burial there have been several hundreds of small ushabtis.
(2) G 7000 X
Work commenced on this tomb at about 9:45 am. Over step 1 and 13 cm below the rock surface above there is on each side a round slot-hole about 14 cm in diameter and about 12 deep. These were clearly for a wooden shaft to assist in lowering the contents of the hypogeum into place. That on the west contained fragments of burnt wood mixed with cement [= plaster // GAR] and a few pebbles. It is deeper than the eastern. Over the page is shown a section. Scale 1:15
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