- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Thursday, March 5, 1925 (continued)
(3) Street G 7500 (continued)
G 7632 A (continued):
Room 3 contained two late mummies side by side, head east, somewhat disturbed. No coffins or objects.
Pit d room contained a much decayed body, head west, in a massive wooden coffin several fragments of which have been preserved. At the right knee a fragment of large pot, probably late Ptolemaic or Roman.
Notch in south wall contained a few human remains, head at west end. No objects or coffin.
(3) Avenue G 0
A good deal of clearing is being done in the neighborhood of G 7214 D and in several pits.
(4) G 7000 X
It was clear early this morning that the vertical cut in the rock to the west was the beginning of a new section of this pit. The rock is now good on all sides save the west and is cut with a very clean straight edge. This new section of the pit is somewhat west of the axis of the upper section.
At noon the depth reached was 21 meters.
Work continued this afternoon, the total depth reached at 5:15 being 22.10 meters. At 22 meters came many fragments of a spouted basin similar in ware etc. to that on [Friday, February 27, 1925, No. 3 // GAR]. [ILLUSTRATION]
Yesterday Dr. Junker came to the Pyramids to complete his work for publication in the area west of the Great Pyramid. Mr. Quibell assured Rowe that this would by quite in order.
Friday, March 6, 1925
113rd day of work
Rail VI no longer in use.
(1) Street G 7000
(2) Street G 7100
(3) Avenue G 0
(4) Street 7500
(5) Tops of mastabas
(6) G 7000 X
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