- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Wednesday, December 31, 1924 (continued)
(4) G 7210
G 7210 B: Reached rock bottom in pit at 15.5 meters. The doorway was blocked with masonry and a large slab. Reconstruction. [ILLUSTRATION] The large slab was found pulled over to north and the masonry block broken.
The blocks lying loose in the put range about 38 x 19 x 15 cm to 43 x 15 x 15 cm. Among these were the fragments of a large R.W. (red wash) basin [ILLUSTRATION] which contains remains of plaster of paris when broken. This vessel had of course been used as a carrier for plaster when building the door-block.
(5) G 7310
G 7310 B: Continued clearing the chamber of G 7310 B
(6) G 7320
G 7320 A: Continued clearing G 7320 A. Dumping into G 7320 B.
(7) G 7410
Continued search for G 7410 A and found only packing of mastaba. Satisfied that there was not pit A (as in G 7210, G 7310).
(8) G 7410
G 7410 B: Down 7 meters. In the rock under the pit lining (masonry) is an irregular hole (ancient defect) in which the birds (owls) lived whose drippings are referred to yesterday (Monday). Below this hole, the debris is of a different consistency but I am uncertain whether ancient or modern thieves' debris.
(9) G 7420
G 7420 A: Continued work on G 7420 A.
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