Rectangular wooden coffin, without a lid, inscribed for Keki, a steward of Khnumhotep. Painted in polychrome with a series of monumental doorways and an eye-panel at the head end on one side. The horizontal line of hieroglyphic inscription extending along the upper edge on either side invokes Osiris. A series of four vertical columns of inscription breaks up the decoration on either side. The deities invoked are Amset, Geb, Nut, Duamutef (misspelt as Duaditef), Hapy, Anubis, Ptah-Sokar and Qebehsenuef. The head and foot ends are framed by three lines of inscription, invoking Nephthys, Servet, Neith, Isis and the Great and Little Enneads. The interior of the coffin is also decorated and inscribed. Articles of clothing and equipment for the deceased are depicted. These include, sandals, mirrors, jewellery and staves.
The inscriptions come from the group of spells known as the Coffin texts, and other standard funerary formulae. The deities invoked are Anubis, Isis and Geb. From Beni Hasan, tomb 886.