The door from the tomb of Sennedjem was found at Deir el-Medina in AD 1886.
The door's importance lies in the drawings that are painted upon it. On the inner side of the door, we see a vignette, which is part of Chapter Number 17 from the Book of the Dead. Sennedjem, who is portrayed seated beside his wife under a pavilion of reed, is playing senet.
This was a popular game among the living and it could have an impact on the deceased's welfare in the afterlife as well.