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.
Five pieces of cartonnage ornament the bandages of this mummy. The first piece forms the gilded mask. On the chest, a cartonnage pectoral is decorated with a scarab. On the abdomen, a protector goddess holds the two feathers of Maat.
This wall plaque has a rectangular, gilded frame. The upper side of the frame has two rings by which the plaque is suspended. The inscriptions on the plaque are written in calligraphy similar to that of Al-Thuluth and is in four lines.