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Filled mastaba with retaining walls of rubble built against G 2464 (on north) and G 2185 (on south). One shaft, A. [margin note: 902, 905, 938]
Shaft A [G 2464a A]: Ends at rock. Chamber on north.
Filled stone mastaba, built against G 2464. Shaft A, X. [margin note: 902, 905, 938]
Shaft A [G 2464b A]: Cut in rock. Chamber on east, cut in rock.
Shaft X [G 2464b X]: Ends at rock. Chamber on west, built of masonry.
Filled stone mastaba built against G 2466. Corridor chapel on east, entered from south. Serdab in northwest part. Chapel decoration, including loose fragments, see page 906, 910. [margin note: 905, 906, 909, 910, 911, 912, 923]
Serdab: page 911: Between shaft B and north wall of mastaba, north-south serdab. Masonry wall on west, rubble on east. Cleared to packed limestone filling, empty.
Shaft A [G 2465 A]: Cut in rock. Chamber on west. No blocking. Cleared. [margin note: 909]
Shaft B [G 2465 B]: Cut in rock. Chamber on south, cut in rock. Blocked with rubble bound with mud (broken above). Disturbed burial, head beside bones on north. Tightly contracted skeleton.
Shaft C [G 2465 C]: Ends at bad rock. Chamber on west, built of rubble.
Shaft D [G 2465 D]: Ends at rock. Chamber on west (blocked with slabs and rubble (broken above)), built of rubble. Tightly contracted skeleton, head north.
Shaft E [G 2465 E]: Ends at rock. Chamber on west, built of rubble and against masonry of G 2466.
Shaft X [G 2465 X]: In chapel. Ends at rock. Chamber on north, built of masonry.
A filled stone mastaba built against the south wall of G 2465 in the filling are three secondary retaining walls of rubble bound with mud east south and west. One shaft A, inside and one subsidiary shaft X. [margin note: 906, 911, 912, 923]
Shaft A [G 2465a A]: Chamber on west (blocking rubble and mud) (intact), built of rubble bound with plaster. Tightly contracted skeleton, head north.
Shaft X [G 2465a X]: Built against north wall of G 2187. Ends at rock. Chamber on west, built of masonry. One roof slab is decorated (jars and basins).
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- Documentation-Expedition diary pages
- Harvard University-Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition
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- Harvard University–Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition
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- Francis Olcott Allen
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- Remarks Archaeologist/Egyptologist for the Harvard University--Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition
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