- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Thursday January 7, 1926 (continued)
(1) Isis Temple (continued)
Clearing south of Q, we exposed the covered burial G 7011 C, the room R (with a burial or a pit) and room T.
In room S on debris was the basis of a limestone statuette ((X)) [26-1-237 inscribed for Shepeniset], Saite period.
Vertical line down front of gown:
Two vertical lines on each side of throne:
(2) G 7011
G 7011 C: This is a closed masonry grave like G 7011 A. Built in the southwest corner of room Q. One of the roofing slabs is broken in two and the hollow appears to be full of debris.
(3) G 7012
G 7012 A: is a third masonry grave like G 7011 A and lies north of room P. It was found open and empty. In the debris, an eye from a mummy cover, etc.
(4) G 7140
G 7140 C:
Clearing the chambers. Stopped work at 1:30 on account of long carry.
(5) Pyramid G I-c
Continued clearing debris of decay from east face of G I-c opposite Room R and began to south of temple.
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Phillips, Steven R. "Two Enigmatic Circular Mud Brick Structures in the Western Field at Giza. A Preliminary Report." In Miroslav Bárta, ed. <I>The Old Kingdom Art and Archaeology</I>. <I>Proceedings of the Conference held in Prague, May 31-June 4, 2004.</I> Prague: Czech Institute of Egyptology, 2006, pp. 239-258.