- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Friday, February 19, 1915 (continued)
Toward the close of the afternoon Dr. Reisner’s guard at the Third Pyramid Temple came running in with Reis Mahmud and said that three soldiers were destroying things there. When he had tried to stop them they had threatened him with a knife. I ran down at once with twelve of our men, but we failed to find them. Not knowing the names of the soldiers, I thought it useless to report the matter to Headquarters.
Photograph C47 shows the work of the past few days looking toward the west.
Saturday, February 20, 1915
Finished clearing mastaba 3013 with its two shafts A and B, which lies west of 3002. The mastaba 3014, containing two shafts, A and B, is an extension of this at the north. Shaft B was filled with sand and limestone debris. The stepped mastaba 3015 is in turn built against 3014 on the north. Over it was a layer of sand, which also filled a slab roofed burial chamber at its southern end. In the sand above the room of the chamber was an inscribed fragment which fits on to the large fragment found yesterday. Across the roofed-in burial chamber at the south end…
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Subjects: Western Cemetery: Site: Giza; view: Cemetery G 3000
Description: Cemetery G 3000: General view