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Canaux et Chambres sépulcrales de la Seconde Pyramide de Memphis. (a. Quatrième canal qui se termine en dos d'âne de 24 pieds de hauteur, b. Coupe par le travers du même canal, c. Cinquième canal, d. Entresole, e. Chambre sépulcrale d'en haut, f. Troisième canal, g. Chambre sépulcrale d'en bas, h. Puits, i. Second canal, k. Sarcofage [sic].)

Canaux et Chambres sépulcrales de la Seconde Pyramide de Memphis. (a. Quatrième canal qui se termine en dos d'âne de 24 pieds de hauteur, b. Coupe par le travers du même canal, c. Cinquième canal, d. Entresole, e. Chambre sépulcrale d'en haut, f. Troisième canal, g. Chambre sépulcrale d'en bas, h. Puits, i. Second canal, k. Sarcofage [sic].)

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