|Page 15 of Notebook E - notes to finds on page 16|
|This site had been trenched by Ayrton - Theo. M. Davis' excavations, but these trenches did not seem to thoroughly exhaust the site. Nothing of interest was exposed.|
|[Note to the entry for January 10, 1920, on page 16.]|
|These boulders and debris, (?) from an excavation of a tomb of early date, are very puzzling. Possibly they may comprise the débris from tomb No. 39 at the head of the upper valley - hidden like that of the tomb of Amenhetep I. (The ground above around the edges of the canyon still requires exploration.) [Note to the entry for February 17, 1920, on page 16.]|
|Barring a certain depth of top stuff this ground was undisturbed
since dynastic times.
|[Note to the entry for February 21, 1920, on page 16.]|