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 upper scene on the front side shows the falcon Horus from the back, his face from profile, and his head crowned by the sun disk. On the two side of his face there are two feathers.
In the lower register, there is a big representation of the Djed pillar surmounted by a sun disk between two high feathers. At the base of the crown, there are two ram horns. Flanking the feathers, Isis and Nephthys are standing and touching the pillar by one hand.
The two other sides of the naos are decorated by, some divinities who are represented standing inside chapels.