- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Friday, February 5, 1926 (continued)
(3) G 7071
Between the south wall of the crude brick chapel G 7072 and the north face of G 7070 (Sneferukhaf), the space is filled with debris and in this are four pits, A (against wall of G 7072), C, D, E (all three against wall of G 7070. A fifth pit, B, is dug through wall of G 7072 and partly through filling.
G 7071 A: Down 1.90 meters. Chamber on south
G 7071 B: Depth 1.63 meters. Chamber on west. Crude brick door block.
G 7071 C: Depth 1.8 meters. Chamber on south. Rubble door block plastered with mud.
G 7071 D: Depth 1.6 meters. Chamber on west. Disturbed door block of rubble.
G 7071 E: Depth 1.5 meters. Chamber on west. Door block broken and replaced by thieves.
(4) G 7072
Crude brick chapel (see plan under Avenue G 4 of this date).
The chapel was built in the old Old Kingdom floor, sunk about 20 - 40 cm in the street packing. The floor was higher than the present surface of decay, that is higher than the base of the pyramid G I-c.
same course dressed to f.c. [=foundation course?] 2
rough f.c. [=foundation course?] 1
The debris in the rooms was the original packing of these rooms (as in Menkaure temples).
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