The Djed pillar symbolized resurrection, stability and endurance and became the emblem of Osiris. This Djed pillar amulet from the tomb of Yuya and Thuya is made of gilded wood to imitate a real gold amulet. It is inscribed on both sides with magical texts for the protection of the deceased.
This marvelous bed, which belonged to Queen Hetepheres, rests on four gilded wooden supports in the form of lion's legs. Her son, King Khufu, transferred her funerary bed from Dahshur to Giza to provide more security.
A decorated wooden board with carved adornment that consists of three panels inlaid with ivory and ebony. The lowest panel is the largest. The panels are grouped together, decorated and they are all inlaid with ivory and ebony.
A board divided into nine panels and decorated with geometrical designs interlaced with floral designs. Some of the panels are adorned with swastika within lozenge. Other panels are decorated with five-pointed stars encompassing interlaced floral patterns.
The wooden box has a lid and contains a set of eight cylindrical alabaster vases. They had been filled and then carefully stored inside the box in two rows. All have lids with the names of their contents.
This box, used for clothes, is very roughly made. The framework of this box was left unpainted, while the panels are finished with red paint. The handles are painted black and engraved with cartouches of the king.
The box for the Holy Qur'an is made of wood and consists of a body and a cover The box is decorated on the outside with lines of Mamluk Naskh calligraphy The text indicates that the Mamluk Sultan Qansuh Al-Ghawri ordered this box to be made.