- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Thursday, March 25, 1926 (continued)
(5) G 7240
Clearing debris from the south face of mastaba G 7240, limestone chips under the dirty debris of Saite-Ptolemaic.
Found: one broken scarab, inscribed [26-3-254]
two faience amulets (one broken) [amulet: 26-3-252; scaraboid: 26-3-253]
(6) G 7000 X
Removed No. 291: (38)-(50) this is a different object to (1)-(37).
The above Nos. form one complete side, the gold frame at west remains in place. Under the removed inlays is a layer of crumbled plaster, and wood; another of crumbled plaster and the inlays of the other side face down.
The thin badly decayed layer of wood was removed (enough for examination) (51)
Dows Dunham took off rest of plaster and wood with wet brush.
Removed 291: (52)-(57) which obscured edge of inlays below and gold frame.
Removed 291: (58)
The upper Egyptian vulture on the lily of the upper Egypt.
Picked up plaster and wood under (58)
Dows Dunham drew the other side of this. Inlays face down.
Removed scattered pieces No. 292: (1)-(4) wing pieces.
Removed the other side of (38)-(50) being
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