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G 2473 B: Ends at rock. No chamber.
Object. In shaft debris. Fragment of basis of limestone statuette (feet and toes showing)
Shaft C [G 2473 C]: Chamber in shaft. Roofed with slabs. Greatest length is east-west.
A filled stone mastaba built against G 2478. It contains a north-south serdab "S" and eight shafts A-H. Interior L-shaped chapel with two niches, and a portico with three pillars to east, having one niche in its west wall, to the north. [margin note: 930, 931, 954, 961, 983]
Shaft A [G 2474 A]: Cut in rock. Chamber on west, cut in rock. No blocking. Cleared.
Shaft B [G 2474 B]: Cut in rock. Ends at rock?
Shaft C [G 2474 C]: Ends at rock. No chamber.
Shaft D [G 2474 D]: Ends at rock. Chamber on west, cut in rock. Blocked with stone and rubble. Tightly contracted skeleton, head north. Female?
Shaft E [G 2474 E]: Cut in rock. Chamber on west (blocked with stones and rubble and mud), cut in bad rock. Tightly contracted skeleton, head north. Male.
Shaft F [G 2474 F]: Ends at rock. Chamber on west, built of rubble.
Shaft G [G 2474 G]: Chamber on west. Blocking one stone and rubble. Contracted skeleton, head north. Female.
Shaft H [G 2474 H]: Ends at rock. Chamber on north, built of rubble. Cleared.
Shaft X [G 2474 X]: Ends at rock. Chamber on south, built of rubble.
Shaft Y [G 2474 Y]: Ends at rock. Chamber on north, built of crude brick. Cleared.
Shaft Z [G 2474 Z]: Ends at rock. Chamber on south, built of rubble. South-west roof stone is inscribed in sunk relief. Cleared.
A filled stone mastaba built against G 2476, against G 2475 a and G 2474. Exterior corridor chapel on east. East-west serdab, and three interior shafts A, B, C. [margin note: 936, 956, 959, 968, 983]
Statue. March 29th, found in situ in serdab, seated statue of [TRANSLITERATION], [TRANSLITERATION] - "gardener" and flute player.
Shaft A [G 2475 A]: Cut in rock. Chamber on east, cut in rock. Cleared. Empty.
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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
- Francis Olcott Allen
- Type Author
- Nationality & Dates
- Remarks Archaeologist/Egyptologist for the Harvard University--Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition
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