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Saturday, December 21, 1929 (continued)
(1) Street G 7700
Clearing southwards. Found in debris: glass fragment [29-12-255], faience fragments [29-12-257].
(2) G 7752
Room "a": Rubble, sand, black dust. Found: one pot [two pottery jars registered for this locus and date: 29-12-251, 29-12-252], potsherds [29-12-253], ushabti fragments [29-12-254], limestone offering [stone] [29-12-258], fragment ditto [29-12-259], four rock coffins in floor of chapel, one with cemented lid in place.
Room "b": Outer court. Cleared. Mud brick walls have been built later in this room.
Room "c": inner room of room "a". Small, rough.
G 7752 V: Cleared. [ILLUSTRATION]
G 7752 X: Removed door blocking. Debris of rubble, bones, small pots.
(3) G 7760
G 7760 X: Down 7.5 meters. Rubble and sand. Upper room on north, numbered I. Room I broken to G 7752 W and G 7766 Y. Below the bodies and debris of mummies, three rock cut coffins cemented lid in place, east to west.
(4) G 7764
G 7764 X: In room I. Bones and rubble debris. One pot in room.
(5) G 7765
Clearing mastaba. Cleared room "a" built of masonry, and pit 9, west of room "a".
Room "a": Doorway broken away. West of this room is remains of serdab.
G 7765 F: Down 4.3 meters. Rubble, rock cut. Rubble and sand.
G 7765 G: Down 2.3 meters. Rubble, rock cut. Rubble and sand.
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- Documentation-Expedition diary pages
- Harvard University-Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition
- Credit Line
- Harvard University–Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition
- Display Page Dates
- Noel F. Wheeler, British
- Type Author
- Nationality & Dates British
- Remarks Wheeler was a Lieutenant Commander in the Royal Navy according to George A. Reisner's, "A HIstory of the Giza Necropolis, Vol. I."
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