A small Acroterium base ends with an open-mouthed lion head. The lion has hollow eyes and a long mane. It is possible that this acroterium was the base of a statue. The "acroterium" means a small base for a statue or other ornament.
This sculpture came to light during the clearing of a Theban tomb belonging to Amenmose, who was the Royal Scribe of the Altar of the Two Lands. The name of the tomb owner does not appear on this bust, which depicts his father, Pa-en-djerty.
The mummification bed is rectangular in shape. The four corners were originally decorated with heads of the Lioness Goddess Sekhmet, Goddess of war who is considered to be the protector of sleeping persons.
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 capital is a part of a column that was erected in a religious building associated with the goddess Hathor. It was found in Memphis; an important center of Hathor worship, where she was described as the "Lady of Sycamore."