- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Monday, February 16, 1925
97th day of week
Line VI 6:40 am - 8:00 am: 74, 8:30 am - noon: 204, 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm: 205
(1) Street G 7500
(2) G 7410 B
(1) Street 7500
Now clearing the street south of G 7510 H to north of G 7510 Q. A good deal of careful dissection of the walls at southeast corner of exterior chapel G 7510 was found to be necessary as in many places the walls had been destroyed down to below the floor level. A section cut through in the west of room V shows the following character in a scale of 1:2. [ILLUSTRATION]
The pits in this street are now as follows:
G 7510 E: About 5 meters east of "chapel with arches" [G 7517]. Down 150 cm, in clean sand.
G 7510 F: Adjoins G 7510 L on south. Shallow grave opened.
G 7510 G: Northwest of G 7637 X. Down 460 cm, in clear sand.
G 7510 H: North of G 7510 Q below wall of "chapel with arches" [G 7517]. Commenced digging in disturbed debris.
G 7510 I: Down 570 cm. Chamber on higher level at west still clearing.
G 7510 J: Clearing pit. Down 880 cm. Two chambers on west one over the other. Much pottery.
G 7510 K: Pit clear. Deep 430 cm. Cleared chambers on east and west.
G 7510 L: Pit clear. Deep 440 cm. Chamber on west.
G 7515: This is the number now given to the crude brick mastaba north of G 7512 and (?) contemporary with it. This will be planned tomorrow. In pit C was found only robbers' debris. It was 450 cm deep and had a chamber on east.
G 7632 A: Still clearing many chambers. In one was found a fine set of bronze figures including a large one of Osiris. Much pottery also.
G 7637 A: A fine limestone sarcophagus broken, upon dirty debris.
G 7639 C: Cleared. Chambers S and W. Breaks into G 7639 D.
G 7639 D: Cleared. No chamber. Both 600 cm deep.
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