- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Sunday, February 15, 1925 (continued)
(1) Street G 7500
In this street the surface debris is now being cleared to as far north as the "chapel with arches" [G 7517]. Several new pits have been found and numbered. Work in the pits is as detailed here below:
G 7510 I: A late pit lying north of J has just been opened. There is a top debris of fairly clean sand in its mouth.
G 7510 J: Lies north of M. Clean sand in the mouth.
G 7510 K: Lies northeast of M. Clearing pit. Down 170. Dirty sand. Two large pots of Ptolemaic-Roman date have been found here.
G 7510 L: Lies northwest of M and north of S against the face of G 7510. Down 1 meter. Robbers' debris(?)
G 7510 M: Pit cleared. 540 cm deep. Filled with clean drift sand for whole depth. Open chambers on north and south also filled with clean sand.
G 7511 A: Pit and chamber now clear. The superstructure of this mastaba has been removed thus exposing traces of the walls of G 7510 exterior chapel below.
G 7511 B: Pit cleared. Chamber on north with door block of bricks and roof covered with slabs of limestone.
G 7511 C: Cleared. 2 meters deep. Chamber W.
G 7512: The northern part of this mastaba has now been cleared. Beyond G 7510 P the interior chapel extends for about seven meters northward. At the end of this chapel there is a third stone stela in position. To the east of the mastaba there is a narrow wall apparently enclosing a courtyard. A second mastaba appears beyond, on the north.
G 7512 A: Cleared.
G 7512 Y: Pit cleared. 155 cm deep. No chamber.
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