- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Saturday, March 13, 1926 (continued)
(3) G 7130
The space between the core of G 7130 and its casing is filled with very rough masonry-some large blocks (as core), smaller rubble of white, yellow and gray limestone with white plaster. Just north of chapel G 7130 (main S chapel interior) is a large block thrown in, in a slanting position with a red line. [ILLUSTRATION]. This must have been taken from another structure as the red line is otherwise unaccountable. In front of this chapel is a well made stone pavement level with the floor of the chapel and enclosed in a crude brick wall.
(4) G 7130 Y [= G 7133]
Just north of S chapel G 7130 (interior) is a large pit marked G 7130 Y. Filled with dirty mixed debris. Began clearing it and down 4 meters.
(5) Street G 7200 S
Turned from clearing surface debris toward west to expose massive crude brick wall (Roman?)
(6) Isis temple
Pit J: Finished clearing pit J. In the debris of chamber II lower part of a limestone stela.
[GLYPHS] [26-3-71, inscribed for Useri[...]]
The ushabtis give the name
[GLYPHS] [26-3-38 & 26-3-39, fragments of ushabtis inscribed for Horemsaef, child of Tadi-iset]
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