- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Thursday, February 2, 1933 (continued)
(1) G 2200 [= G 5080] (continued)
G 2200 B [= G 5080 B] (continued): around the edges, although it is not yet clear whether it is cemented to the floor or to the masonry. Photographing.
1. large uninscribed limestone sarcophagus.
2. red granite inscribed sarcophagus of Seshem-Nefer [Seshemnefer] [33-4-19].
3. inscribed offering slab.
4. empty and unfinished second chamber.
5. displaced lid of 2.
6. displaced and broken lid of 1.
Found in debris: ten alabaster model cups, three broken alabaster cups, one obsidian(?) cup, twelve fragments of alabaster table, three fragments large alabaster table.
(2) G 2100
G 2100 C: Down 16.40 meters.
(3) G 2345
Small mud-brick mastaba against south face of G 2370, with one pit. Found in top debris: limestone stele [33-2-121], roughly inscribed.
G 2345 A [= G 5523 A]: Mud-brick pit. Depth 3.20 meters; rubble and sand, chamber on east, roofed with stone slabs, no door-blocking. Cleared.
(4) G 2346
Small masonry mastaba against south face of G 2370, with one pit. Found in debris: eight pottery model jars, one model bowl.
G 2346 A [= G 5524 A]: Mud-brick and stone built pit, depth 3.56 meters. Chamber on east, open, rock-cut coffin in floor north to south. Clearing.
(5) G 5010
G 5010 A: Clearing pit and chamber for measurement. Depth 10.75 meters. Chamber rough and unfinished in bad rock.
Masonry built and rock-cut.
(6) G 5020
G 5020 A: Masonry built and rock-cut pit. Down 4.0 meters. Debris sand and rubble.
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