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 bust depicts a seated statue of Ramesses the Second. He is portrayed wearing a round wig, to which the uraeus, or cobra, is attached, a broad collar that covers his chest, and a pleated outfit with wide sleeves.
The colored limestone column capital is in the form of a whole vine with leaves and clusters of grapes. The vine in the Coptic Orthodox Church refers to the Lord Jesus Christ, the Holy Virgin, or the church itself.
This is part of a cornice representing a person fishing from a boat. In ancient Egypt, fish were believed to purify the heart of the deceased. In Christianity, fish are linked with the Lord Jesus Christ.
The upper lintel, a horizontal stone or beam above a door, is carved with a shell. The center is ornamented with acanthas leaves, a type of prickly herb, and a nymph, a minor divinity represented as a beautiful maiden.