Sa f Ta sa f Tas'dt sa f Tata.
" His son Ta, his son Tashat, his son Tata.
At the other short end are goats and floral ornaments. At the right long
side of the box is the deceased
© \& Parjoara, the hieroglyphs of his
name, facing to the right. He is seated, facing in the same direction, on a
high-backed lion-clawed chair, holding a lotus flower, snin, and having before
him a table of viands consisting of a bunch of onions, hut, the haunch of a
calf, xePs> ^w0 circular and two oval cakes of bread. Before and facing him
at the other side of the table stands
sa f Patui, "his son Patui,"
draped in a long garment, hasui, raising his right hand and holding his left
pendent. These figures and details are coloured black. Behind him are two
figures of females, standing, also facing to the left, wearing long dark hair,
namms, with long locks, yellow skin, and long white transparent garments; their
right hands holding lotus flowers, doubled on their breasts, their left hands
pendent. Their names are written,
sa f Tat sa f Kat.
" His son Tat, his son Kat.*
The whole is on a yellow ground1. 1 ft. 6 in. high, 1 ft. 8 in. long, 1 ft. 1 in.
wide. Sycamore wood.
1461. Side of a rectangular box; on it the mummied hawk, ayam, of the
god Sep, or the mutilated Osiris, couchant, to the right; on its head are two
tall plumes of hawk-feathers, and a three-thonged whip, neyey, at its side. The
body is coloured red, the head blue and yellow, the plumes and whip yellow with
black and red thongs. The rest has black lines on a white ground. It appears
to have formed part of a sepulchral box. 8 in. high, 7 in. wide. Sycamore wood.
1 Engraved. Wilkinson, Mann, and Gust. II. p. 200.