- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Saturday, April 9, 1932
Thirtieth day of work.
(1) G 1233 (west of)
(2) G 1672 A
(3) G 1673
(4) G 2110 A
(1) West of G 1233
Clearing southwards between G 1233 and G 1235. Uncovered the top of a mastaba in this street, G 1673.
(2) G 1672
G 1672 A: Removed bones of body, nothing found.
(3) G 1673
Masonry mastaba in street between G 1233 and G 1235. An exterior chapel on the east lies between the mastaba and G 1233, with a doorway at the north end with traces of relief on the jambs. Found in the debris: fragments of limestone relief, and two fragments of alabaster vessels.
(4) G 2110
G 2110 A: Clearing debris from pit. Depth 12.2 meters. Removed fragment of fine limestone lid of sarcophagus. Reported digging of Antiquities Department at foot of cliff east of G 7510 was investigated. Although this began under a private house, the rock-cut tombs run into the cliff, i.e., in the Harvard-Boston concession. Names on lintels of several rock-cut tombs are:
[GLYPHS] [Merkhufu (Service tomb 6)] . . . [overseer of a department, royal acquaintance]
[GLYPHS] [his father Djat (in Service tomb 6)]
[GLYPHS] [Tua (Service tomb 10)] . . . [royal acquaintance, overseer of ka-priests]
[GLYPHS] [Nikauhor (Service tomb 11)] . . . [royal acquaintance, inspector of wab-priests]
[GLYPHS] [Ankhwedjes (Service tomb 11)] . . . [inspector of wab-priests, revered one]
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