A small Acroterium base ends with an open-mouthed lion head. The lion has hollow eyes and a long mane. It is possible that this acroterium was the base of a statue. The "acroterium" means a small base for a statue or other ornament.
The fragment of a decorated limestone ostracon bears a simple image of a person standing on the ground. The person is in the act of driving a gazelle. He holds the gazelle's horn tightly in his right hand, while the left one holds a whip.
Her-weben-khet was a granddaughter of the high priest of Amun, Men-kheper-re. This papyrus is intended to be a part of her own abbreviated version of the Book of the Dead. It shows her with the deities in several scenes.
The printed linen fragment has designs inspired by Mamluk metalwork. It is decorated with repeated geometric designs, a wide Naskh inscription band in blue, and four-pointed stars intersecting medallions.
A manuscript written in both Arabic and Coptic; it bears a picture of two figures, perhaps angels, who are carrying two birds. Underneath the figures, there are eight interlaced circles, containing floral designs. They are intersected by four additional circles containing crosses.
A large mosaic with a Medusa head in the center; the features are clear and well defined; the eyes are black and large with an expressive look, under clear eyebrows. She has a large nose, and thick lips. The hair is formed of scattered snakes.