- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Friday, November 7, 1924 (continued)
(2) G I-b temple (continued)
(c) A third set of fragments [24-11-242] shows men standing and rowing a boat.
It is unclear whether [GLYPHS] belongs to the cartouche or to some title. The reliefs appear to be from the temple and should therefore be in the name of a woman.
In the black debris over the east side of the temple floor, a badly weathered small stela [24-11-243] was found (almost illegible) but apparently of New Kingdom or later (Ptolemaic-Roman?).
(3) G I-b
Afternoon, as the work on the east and on temple was slowed down by the more careful work required on the floor level, drew off about one-third of men to form a third gang which attacked the rest of the yellow limestone debris of decay along the north end of the east face of pyramid.
Saturday, November 8, 1924
Eighth day of work.
locals: 55 (includes four from Kafr Nassur)
About 3 p.m. one of the Quftis (Ali Mahmud), a new hand, ran a railroad cart over the end of the dump, smashed the wooden end supports, and had his forehead gashed. Sent him in to C.M.S. [hospital] to be sewed up.
(1) G I-b temple, [street G 7000]
(2) G I-b east of temple, G 7131, [street G 7000]
(3) G I-b debris of decay on G 7131, [street G 7000]
(4) Street between G 7120 and G 7130, [avenue G 2]
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