- Giza 3D
- My Giza
Diary Transcription: begin page 40
Monday, February 1, 1915
Rest day for the men. I went into Cairo with Reis Mahmud in the morning to look after some material for Dr. Reisner which was at Congdon’s. During my absence the Rev. Dr. James A. Montgomery of the American School of Oriental Research called to see Mr. Fisher and left a card saying he would try again.
This evening it is raining hard.
Tuesday, February 2, 1915
Finished clearing shaft A of mastaba 3041. The mud brick chapel of 3050 had now been fully cleared, in the debris were the fragments of a stele. It has fine low relief of a seated figure of a woman facing to right; in front of her is an offering table and list of offerings. Some of the fragments bear the inscription “funerary priest Ankh.” This was found in chamber 3, the northernmost room connected with 3050, and which serves as a sort of ante-room to the real offering chapel, which is numbered 2. The entrance if from the north, and just inside the door of room 3 is a limestone niche with a small offering slab in the floor in front of it. In room 2 is another limestone niche block…
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