An elaborately painted coffin consists of three pieces: the lid, the cover of the mummy and the base. The left side of the base is adorned with scenes beginning at the foot and depicting Anubis at the cemetery with the cow Hathor emerging from the western mountain. The goddess Nut is also depicted coming from the sacred tree and bringing offerings and pouring water for the deceased.
A wonderful cosmetic container is in the shape of a calf. The piece of wood from which the container is made was cut into two parts: a box that was hollowed to hold the contents and a lid. The crouching calf's figure is carved with the details of the head and the body in relief. The legs, however, are more stylized.
An unusual and appealing small head that is a masterpiece; it was found by Howard Carter at the entrance to King Tutankhamun's tomb. The head is that of the boy pharaoh with very beautiful features, modeled in the Amarna style.
An icon of the baptism of Jesus Christ in the River Jordan. Jesus Christ is shown naked except for a piece of cloth round the lower part of his body. John the Baptist, who is performing the baptism, is standing on the riverbank on the right-hand side of Jesus, and has placed his hand on the head of Jesus.
The figure is inscribed with two vertical lines of hieroglyphic text from spell number 151 of the Book of the Dead. The statuette is made of cedar wood and is completely enveloped in a wrapping like a mummy. The figure wears a striped wig with long lappets hanging to the chest, and a long false beard curved at the end like the sacred beards of the gods or the dead. The ears are left free to hear the prayers.
The lid of this naos is surmounted by a painted statue of the God Horus which might indicate that it had been used to house a mummy of a falcon. The sides of the naos are decorated by some divinities who are represented standing inside chapels.