This relief depicts King Montuhotep the Second placed between two pairs of gods, who are associated with the two parts of the country. This relief commemorates the reunification of Egypt. Horus of Behdet and Wadjet of Lower Egypt are in front of him, and Seth of Ombos and Nekhbet of Upper Egypt appear behind his throne.
A drawing of a naked man depicts him running, while carrying an object in his left hand. His left leg is bent to show that he is running fast. The drawing shows the man inside a frame, similar to an Egyptian edifice.
This low-relief of Rahotep is decorated in registers, or sections. The scenes show the presentation of offerings and the preparation for animal sacrifice. Unfortunately, the upper part of the relief is in very bad condition.
This block shows a musical party. The left side of the block shows six girls holding musical instruments. To the right, two men are playing a harp and others are keeping the rhythm by clapping their hands.
This sunk relief from the Old Kingdom is carved in a provincial style. It shows the owner, Unas-ankh, with a plain wig and broad collar. In front of him are two registers, or sections, with portrayals of his relatives.
The relief, now incomplete, once showed Queen Nefertiti with her arms upraised making an offering to Aten. She wears a Nubian wig. This wig was first worn by Nubian mercenaries and later was made fashionable by Nefertiti and her daughters.