A bowl with magical inscriptions, the letters of which cannot be put together to form logical words. They are meant to have special magical symbolism and significance. Bowls of this sort were used to heal diseases, according to the prevailing traditions of the period.
The bronze door handle is in the shape of Medusa, the snake-haired woman whose gaze turned men to stone. She has frightening eyes and a prominent forehead from which two small wings emerge. Her hair is thick and snakes are coming out of her open mouth.
A canopic jar formed of two parts; the body and the lid. The lid bears the head of a king wearing the Egyptian headdress known as Nemes. The Canopic jars are the four funerary jars, in which the internal organs of the deceased are preserved. The organs were removed during the mummification process and preserved.