- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Thursday, February 19, 1925 (continued)
(1) Street G 7500
(2) Avenue G 0: west of G 7101 P [G 7000 X // GAR]
(3) G 7102: pit C
(1) Street G 7500
The line of workmen have now advanced to about six meters north of the so-called "Chapel with Arches" [G 7517]. Several new pits have been found and of these a few have received numbers while others wait until their relationships with various small mastabas have been made clear. A few walls of crude brick situated on high debris near G 7620 are probably of late dwelling places(?)
In detail, progress in the pits is today as follows:
G 7509 A: This pit is similar in character to those numbered from G 7510 Z to G 7510 D, and doubtless late in date as its stone walls rise high through the Ptolemaic-Roman debris. It lies east of the north wall of the "Chapel with Arches" (now numbered G 7517). Down 700 cm in dirty robbers' debris.
G 7510 D: Still clearing pit.
G 7510 E: Renamed G 7620 X as it is now seen to be intrusive within this stone mastaba.
G 7510 I: Clearing pit. Down 760 cm.
G 7510 J: Still clearing pit.
G 7616 D: There is a late limestone coffin across the pit at depth of 260 cm and protruding from a chamber on east. The pit descends a good way below this.
G 7620: The interior chapel of this mastaba is now clear. A pit to west is now being opened which may prove to be contemporary. (G 7620 A).
G 7620 X: Clearing pit. Down 1020 cm in dirty debris.
G 7620 Y: (at south end of interior chapel). Pit clear. No chamber.
G 7620 Z: (outside south end interior chapel). Pit leads to room under the mastaba towards west. Not yet cleared.
G 7632 A: Still clearing chambers.
G 7641 D: Clear. 700 cm deep.
G 7641 G: Clear. 400 cm deep. Chamber on west.
G 7641 H: North of F. Clearing pit. Down 100 cm in dirty debris.
G 7641 Z: Cleared.
A plan of the mastaba G 7620 will be supplied as soon as the western and northern limits are defined.
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