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Wednesday, January 7, 1925 (continued)

(1) Street G 7100 and G 7111 and G 7112 (continued)
At the northeast angle of G 7110 mastaba, the mouth of four new pits have appeared; these are G 7112 A, B, C, D and are now being cleared.

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(2) Avenue G 0
Avenue G 0: north of G 7110 and G 7210.
Men are clearing pits just to the north of G 7110 and G 7210, including north of street G 7100 (GAR).
The pit of G 7102 is not yet cleared. See No. 15.
Mastaba G 7214 is the same as yesterday.
G 7214 C to the south of it has been cleared, and found to have a chamber at the east. No objects. See No. 18. Two new pits have appeared to the __ and west of this mastaba, Nos. G 7214 E, F. See No. 18 and sketch below:

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A new grave, G 7101 Z, has appeared at the southeast of G 7101. This breaks partly into the northeast angle with the eastern passage of G 7101 leading to the false door and altar of Qar's wife. The base of G 7101 Z

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Details

  • Classification
    Documentation-Expedition diary pages
  • Department
    Harvard University-Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition
  • Credit Line
    Harvard University–Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition
  • Display Page Dates
    01/07/1925
  • Author
    Alan Jenvey Rowe, British, 1890–1968
  • Mentioned on page
    Qar (G 7101)

Tombs and Monuments 8

Photos 1

People 2

Ancient People

  • Qar (G 7101)

    • Type Mentioned on page
    • Remarks Owner of G 7101. Appears multiple times in tomb decoration (chapel relief, architrave, door jambs, pillar), identified variously as [jmj-r kAt nbt xntj-S mnnfr-mrjjra Xrj tp nswt sS a nswt xft-Hr mAa] overseer of all works, palace attendant of (the pyramid-town) Mennefer-Meryre (Pepi I), he who is at the head of the king, true royal document scribe in the presence; in situ in G 7102. Possibly same individual as Qar (in G 7102), son of Idu (owner of G 7102). The relationship between Qar and Idu is difficult to determine; it seems certain that they are father and son, but it is not clear which is which since they each have a son named after the other (i.e. Qar has a son named Idu, Idu has a son named Qar). Qar (G 7101) has a sister named Bendjyt who may be identical to Bendjet, a daughter of Idu (G 7102), in which case Idu would be the father of Qar, but this is not at all certain.

Modern People

  • Alan Jenvey Rowe

    • Type Author
    • Nationality & Dates British, 1890–1968
    • Remarks Egyptologist and archaeologist. Nationality and life dates from Who was Who in Egyptology.