- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Saturday, January 24, 1925 (continued)
(3) Street G 7800 (continued)
G 7802 C: has chamber on west; the door being at 250 cm.
G 7802 E: clearing pit; down 300 cm.
G 7804 A: blocked chamber on west; down 115 cm.
G 7804 B: clean debris at 340 cm.
G 7805 A: down 320 cm; chamber on west.
G 7805 C: down 160 cm; blocked chamber on west.
G 7807 A: chamber on west at 430 cm.
G 7807 B: chamber east at 300 cm.
G 7807 C: chamber east at 385 cm.
G 7808 A: blocked chamber at west.
G 7808 B: blocked chamber at west at 300 cm; down 420 cm.
G 7809 A: clearing chamber at 280 cm; statuette fragment from pit.
G 7809 B: chamber west at 215 cm.
G 7809 C: blocked chamber at east; 220 cm down.
G 7809 D: down 360 cm.
G 7810: clearing room beyond B looking southwards and pit B.
G 7810 A: clearing room towards west.
G 7811: clearing pit A and small room leading southwards.
G 7812: clearing smaller rooms northwards.
Thus at present in this area there are five chambers with blocked doors:
G 7804 A
G 7805 C
G 7808 A
G 7808 B
G 7809 C
These will be photographed and drawn before opening.
This morning the "Egyptian Gazette" contained a short extract from the Times article on the tomb G 7102, referring to the visit of Dr. Howell and Lady Allenby, and describing the discovery as of greater interest to specialists than to the general public.
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