On it one perpendicular and five horizontal lines of hieroglyphs continued round
the back, the text of the 6th chapter of the Ritual. The deceased is said in
the formula to be ma yru em hotep, "justified in peace," a rather unusual ex-
pression. The foot is broken off. 7^- in. high, 3J in. wide. Calcareous stone.
1845. Sepulchral figure, s'ahti, us'a bti, of ^ mJ\ Neb a Nehai,
"The lady of the house," a married female, "Nehai"; the head wearing a head-
dress, namms, with long lappets ; the hands are crossed, but the usual plough,
hoe, and cord of basket, are not indicated; there is one perpendicular line of
incised hieroglyphs down the body in front, and eight horizontal lines round the
body, the 6th chapter of the Book of the Dead, or BituaL 6| in. high.
1846. Sepulchral figure, s'ahti, us'abti, wearing fluted headdress, namms,
bordered collar, usx; hands crossed, each holding a plough; body mummied,
coloured red, eyes coloured white and black, hair black; no inscription. lOf in.
high. Calcareous stone.
847. Sepulchral figure, s'ahti, us'abti, of !j. ° ^jj
suten Rd men
Ma, "The king Ra men ma," Seti I., or Sethos, wearing a long head-attire,
namms, face unbearded, body mummied, hands crossing, coming out, holding
plough, hoe, and cord of basket; round the body six horizontal lines of incuse
hieroglyphs, the 6th chapter of the Book of the Dead, or Bitual: covered
with bitumen. 8 in. high. Sycamore wood.
1848. Sepulchral figure, s'ahti, us'abti; head wearing a long headdress, namms,
collar, usx, round the neck; body mummied, hands crossed, holding plough: no
plinth or pedestal; covered with bitumen. Brobably from the tomb of Seti I., or
Sethos, in the Biban el Moluk. 5J in. high. Sycamore ivood.
1849. Sepulchral figure, s'ahti or us'abti, wearing a long headdress, namms,
face unbearded, body mummied, hands emerging: no plinth behind, or inscrip-
tion ; covered with bitumen. Brobably from the tomb of Seti I. 6|- in. high.
1850. Similar figure. 7J in. high. Same material.
1851. Similar figure. 7 in. high. Same material.
1852. Sepulchral figure of a lady named Menneferemheb; head wearing a