- Giza 3D
- My Giza
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Head: north facing east. Sometimes placed on a stone or a brick as a headrest
Body: on left side. Sometimes placed nearly on back but leaning towards the left.
Legs: usually having the heels dran up towards the pelvis. The upper legs varied from the survival of the Pre-dynastic position closely drawn up against the chest to a poisition where they were at right angles or even at an oblique angle to the vertebrae.
Arms: sometimes up before the face, but in other examples resting on or clasping the knees and in a few cases straight down at the sides.
The amount of contraction of the lims was influenced by the space, and the body was in some of the small chambers was [sic] purposely
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