The squatting statuette of a man called Iwfaa was placed in the temple to permit its owner to symbolically participate in temple offerings. His body is completely covered by a cloak and he wears a necklace bearing the face of the goddess Hathor.
The headless statuette of a woman reflects the start of blending the Egyptian and Hellenistic arts. The woman is standing in the traditional Egyptian style with her arms to her sides and her left foot striding forward.
The statuette depicts an ichneumon, a type of mongoose, which is also referred to as the "Pharaoh's mouse". Many bronze statues of this animal have been found dating from the Late Period and the Ptolemaic Period.
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.