|Area Name||Big Backhoe Trench South|
|Description and Bibliography||
As the name suggests, this "area" is defined by a major modern intervention (a large backhoe gouge) into the archaeological area. As is often the case in these circumstances, although highly destructive, this machine-made cut revealed some of the deeper stratigraphy of the site, which AREA has investigated.12
12W. Wetterstrom, 'The Older Phase: A Glimpse of the Early Pyramid Age at Giza', AERAgram, 3.1 (1999), 8–9 and 11.
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