height: 28 cm; width: 20 cm
second half of the 1st century A.D.
Bold relief. Traces of black paint on the figures of Horus and Anubis and red paint on the inscriptions.
The relief represents a male figure standing with raised arms between Horus and Anubis. He holds up an arched object which may be identified as a folded piece of linen, possibly the shroud in which his mummified body would be wrapped in the tomb.
The figure and the deities appear in an architectural frame, which symbolises the tomb as the shrine of the mortuary cult of the deceased.
This record is subject to revision due to ongoing research.