- Giza 3D
- My Giza
Diary Transcription: begin page 61
Tuesday, February 16, 1915 (continued)
…all containing hard packed debris. In A was a fragment of an inscribed block. Just north of the offering chamber of 2094 [= G 3094] is what appears to be a shaft outside the line of the mastaba, and between it and a fine step-faced mastaba to the north, 2085 [= G 3085]. In the debris here was an inscribed limestone slab, lintel block G32, with an inscription of the Funerary priest Anch. Along the east edge of the shaft lay another flat lintel block, broken in two pieces, G33. The position of this as found is shown in photograph C39.
Photograph C42 shows the position of the two offering basins in front of the offering room of 2097 [= G 3097].
Another ricochet struck outside lower camp this afternoon.
The plan of this group of mastabas is now as follows.
[Illustration not included]
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Subjects: Western Cemetery: Site: Giza; view: G 3097
Description: Cemetery G 3000: G 3097, offering slabs and later and early niche