- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Friday, February 26, 1915 (continued)
…gazelles being led to sacrifice (?), women bearing offerings, harvesters, rams trampling in the seed, sacrifices of oxen, etc., also three portraits of the owner, Snefru-hetep. There were two inscribed niches with the cartouches of Snefru which form part of Snefru-hetep’s name. North of the entrance to this chamber is a small space roofed in with stone slabs and filled with sand, in which is a skeleton. In the south-west corner of 3008 and high up is a large rectangular room which is filled with hard packed dark rubble debris. A mud wall which is built across the serdab was taken down. The shafts of 3005 being cleared of sand and dark debris.
Today received a telegram from Mr. Fisher stating that excavations at Mit-Rahineh would begin soon.
C62 is a general view over the cemetery so far as cleared, looking east of south.
Saturday, February 27, 1915
Shafts A to E of 3025 are bing cleared of sand. From C-D-E came one nearly complete bowl and many fragments of the other bowls and dishes. Clearing sand and debris from 3008. Shafts A to C of 3005, which are in a row just west of the painted offering chamber, are being cleared of sand and…
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Subjects: Western Cemetery: Site: Giza; view: Cemetery G 3000
Description: Cemetery G 3000, general view looking E of S.