The apse from Baweit is what is called an "Eastern Niche." It is decorated with a depiction of the Lord Jesus Christ on a throne on the upper part, and the lower part shows the Virgin Mary carrying Christ, surrounded by the Twelve Apostles.
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.
A hydria with three handles, a big vertical one between the opening and the shoulder and two horizontal grips on the body of the vessel. The vessel is cream colored with brown ornaments on the lower half.
The well-preserved measuring rod measures 52.5 centimeters and was a piece of construction equipment. It is considered to be a votive object and it was placed in Sennedjem's tomb with the funeral furniture.