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13. Bowl. 5 YR 6/6) silt; Nile B 1; wet-smoothed. 14. Jar. 5 YR 6/8) silt; Nile B 1; wet-smoothed. 15. Bowl. 5 YR 6/8) silt; Nile B 1; light red (10 R 6/8) burnished surface; incised way decoration. 16. Platter. 5 YR 7/6) silt; Nile B 2; wet-smoothed. 17. Bowl. 5 YR 7/6) marl; M 1; wet-smoothed. FIG. 11:1 FIG. 14:1 FIG. 14:2 FIG. 14:3 FIG. 14:4 FIG. 14:5 FIG. 14:6 FIG. 14:7 FIG. 14:8 FIG. 14:9 FIG. 14:10 FIG. 14:11 A PRELIMINARY REPORT ON THE FOUNDATION DEPOSITS OF THE 2ND PYLON At the outer angle of the eastern end of the second pylon, and flush with the northern face, a circular lens of pure sand approximately 1 meter in diameter was unearthed.
The brickwork found in profile under the ramp was of a wholly different size and texture from the black bricks of the ATC above. Here had once stood the foundational packing of light-colored alluvial bricks of an average dimension of 30 × 16 × 10 cm. 25 meters in width. On the north side of the aperture this earlier foundation continues north, encased, widened and heightened by the black bricks of the ATC. The conclusions are obvious. Prior to the construction work of Amasis some kind of court supported on the east by a foundation nearly 10 meters wide had extended over the area later to be occupied by the naos court.
An Introduction to the History of Education in Modern Egypt by J.Heyworth- Dunne