- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Tuesday March 2, 1915 (continued)
…the mastabas as far north as 3015.
A fine day with north wind.
Wednesday March 3, 1915
Mr. Fisher and I left shortly after seven this morning with Reis Mahmud and Bechari with his camera for Mit-Rahineh (Memphis). On the way we stopped at the great unfinished tomb of Nefer-Ka-Ra, north west of the Pyramid of Zawiet el Arian. After this we looked over the Pyramid of Zawiet el Arian and the surrounding cemetery cleared by My. Fisher for the Boston Expedition. We then rode direct to Mit-Rahineh. The concession granted to the University Museum includes the two mounds called Kom el Qala and Kom el Qalama, lying south east of the great colossi and south of the main road. The mound is now a maze of isolated walls and large holes made by sebbakhin. The following photographs were taken: C67 is a general view over the mound; C68 is a space north of a great wall which almost divides the mound in half, looking toward the west. C69 is the excavation made by Mr. Edgar two years ago. C70 is looking across Ptolemaic walls toward a large mass of masonry which occupies the center of the mound,…
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