- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Saturday, January 9, 1915 (continued)
…mastaba G 4940. In debris three fragments of ornamented false door in relief; a male skull; and a basket full of potsherds. The potsherds include a two-handled foreign jar, imitation Keneh-ware jar, and red-polished basins and bowls (one with a spout).
Sunday, January 10, 1915
Cleaning street between G. 5110 and massive wall. Work on burial shaft 4930 B. Work on burial shafts 4940 A and B. (Shaft B and chamber finished).
Monday, January 11, 1915
Day of rest for the men. Fisher and I went to Cairo, and visited the Museum.
Tuesday, January 12, 1915
Finished cleaning burial pit 5030 A. In the chamber were a few human bones. Finished cleaning offering chamber of mastaba 4940. The walls are covered with reliefs. In front of the principal niche a rough hole in the floor which contained a skull and some other bones. Two Roman Catholic chaplains, A.I.F., came to see the works. They said about ¼ of the force were Roman Catholic Irish.
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