- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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G 2472 B: Ends at rock. No chamber.
Shaft X [G 2472 X]: Ends at rock. Chamber on south, built of masonry.
Shaft Y [G 2472 Y]: Ends at rock. Chamber on north, built of masonry.
Shaft Z [G 2472 Z]: (?) Cut in rock. Ends at rock? No chamber. In shaft debris faience Bes (?), copper object?
Totally destroyed mastaba between G 2196 and G 2472. Two shafts A, B. [margin note: 916a, 953, 961]
Shaft A [G 2472a A]: Ends at rock. Chamber on west (blocking rubble and mud, intact), built of rubble. Contracted skeleton, head north.
Shaft B [G 2472a B]: Ends at rock. Chamber on east (blocking rubble and mud intact), built of rubble bound with plaster. Tightly contracted skeleton, head north.
Filled stone mastaba built against G 2400 north-south. Serdab at north end, to west. Corridor chapel entered from north, with decorated west wall, and stele to south. Serdab cleared to limestone filling. Empty. [margin note: 917, 918, 931, 954, 976]
Objects. March 14th. In debris by the entrance to chapel (at north) (1) a large stone (architrave?) broken in two, sunk relief inscription [TRANSLITERATION] (2) offering formula in the name of [TRANSLITERATION] [Sekhentiuka].
April 27. In debris in chapel: inscribed limestone fragment [40-4-50], man and wife [Wemtet-[...]] seated; two inscribed fragments in sunk relief.
Shaft A [G 2473 A]: Lined above with masonry, cut in rock below. Total depth 5 meters. Sand, limestone debris, red debris and traces of bones. Chamber on west, cut in rock. No blocking. Chamber full of debris of "bad rock".
Objects, shaft A. Found in debris in chamber:
Three canopic jars, limestone with their lids
Four copper implements (complete). One copper implement, broken in two.
One copper chisel, broken in three, and eight fragments of copper chisel.
Four fragments of copper implement.
Nineteen faience pendants. Three cylinder beads, faience.
Three end pieces of faience. ....faience cylinder beads, ....faience disc beads. [margin note: page 954; April 13th]
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