- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Wednesday, November 25, 1925 (continued)
(7) G 6010
Continued clearing south side of G 6010 working west and uncovering G 6014 (rest), G 6015, etc. built against the face of G 6010.
Opposite G 6010 e, a heap of debris (limestone mason's debris, etc.) has been thrown out over the south wall of G 6010 e and rests on a weather worn block of nummulitic limestone and on a later (ca. 50 cm thick) of drift sand.
(8) G 6013
Cleared three pits in G 6013
G 6013 A: Unused. Ends at rock. Depth 230 cm. Potsherds.
G 6013 B: Unused. Ends at rock. Depth 100 cm. Nothing.
G 6013 C: Unfinished sloping passage, looking west. Depth on west 165 cm. Pot with broken rim, (a coarse ceremonial traditional offering jar containing mud plaster partly scooped out). [ILLUSTRATION]
(9) G 6014
[G 6014 C:] Cleared pit C in G 6014. Chamber on north, single slab as door block, broken at top, chamber filled with sand; depth 150 cm.
(10) G 6015
see (7) of this date (south side of G 6010)
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