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[554] Granite casing of third pyramid.

Giza (Gîza). Pyramid of Menkaure (Menkaura; Mykerinos).
Caption reads:
'Granite casing of third pyramid.
Shewing that the casing was left in the rough on the
outside, with lugs for lifting the blocks; and that it
was only finished just by the doorway.'

Also label for 'door behind heap'.

[551] Relief statues in rock tomb E. of Gt Pyramid.

Giza (Gîza). East field, tomb G 7948, Khafreankh (Rakhaefankh), niche containing rock-cut double-statue of tomb owner.
Caption reads:
'Relief statues in rock tomb E. of Gt Pyramid.
This tomb contains severed other figures, some painted,
and one seated like the "scribe" of the Louvre'

[479] In Pyramid of Pepi, part of 478.

Saqqara. Pyramid of Pepi (Pepy) I.
Caption reads:
'In Pyramid of Pepi, part of 478.
In the wall is built in, as a common stone, a slab with clumsy
figures on it, badly colored; this is the only known example
of aprentice's practise, of which so much was required.'

Also label for 'learners slab.'.

[478] Interior of pyramid of Pepi

Saqqara. Pyramid of Pepi (Pepy) I.
Caption reads:
'Interior of pyramid of Pepi,
looking down between the sloping roofstones [drawing]'

Also labels for 'corner of chamber', 'under side of roof', 'broken end of coffin', and 'bottom of coffin.'.

[469] Side of doorway of South pyramid of Dahshûr.

Dahshur. South Pyramid (Bent Pyramid) of Snofru (Snefru).
Caption reads:
'Side of doorway of South pyramid of Dahshûr.
Shewing pivot hole on which the flapdoor turned [drawing].
This explains Strabo's saying the Gt Pyramid
was closed by a stone which could be taken out.'

There is also a diagram showing 'door open'.

[494] N.W. corner of W. pile, with stones in enclosure, and edge of it.

Biahmu (Biyahmu). Colossi of Amenemhat (Amenemhet) III, bases/pedestals.
Caption reads:
'N.W. corner of W. pile, with stones in enclosure, and edge of it.
These stones are the highest that exist between the walls
and the piles; and therefore the best evidence that there
is for a continuous pyramid.'

With three arrows pointing at the monuments described.

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