- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Wednesday, April 1, 1925
(1) G 7510 J, N, X
[(1) G 7510]
Pit G 7510 J: The three rooms at bottom of the pit contain similar _____ of late burials, nearly all disturbed and broken up. A few pots belonging to the funeral furniture remain(?) in position. These rooms will be cleared of broken burials and the remainder described in fuller detail.
In the west room of the higher level, the skulls of broken bodies gave the following sexes:
Women 1 (+1) Girls 2 = (?)4
Men 9 (+3) Boys 0 = (?)12
The numbers in brackets represent those whose sex could not be certainly told.
The undisturbed bodies in southeast corner are as follows:
1) child face down 1.05 meters long (=3 ft. 5)
2) near to wall 1.52 meters long (female)
3) next to west 1.59 meters long (female)
4) lying further to west alongside, hips to ankles only (?) (male)
Total bodies in this room 20+.
Pit G 7510 N: South chamber. Floor grave on east when opened revealed a body somewhat disturbed, prone on back, head in socket at north, facing west. Ribs tumbled around throat. No supraorbital ridge (= (?) male). Left humerus near back of head.
Pit G 7510 X: This pit is now being cleared. The depth of over 7 meters has been reached. Clean sand mixed with a few fragments of Roman bodies and a few chips of painted pottery (Coptic?) have been brought up. There are two chambers.
Professor Newberry called at the works this morning and was shown around. He kindly identified the species of monkey in G 7231 B as Circopithecus [GLYPHS].
Mr. Lindon Smith began work on a profile painting of the bust of Ankhaf from G 7510 this afternoon. Since Sunday he and his daughter have been engaged in painting the bust and northern statue of [Idu] in G 7102.
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