Large wooden statue of Osiris shown wrapped in bandages as a mummy, with hands protruding holding a crook and flail, symbols of kingship. On his head Osiris wears the white crown of Upper Egypt. The eyes were once decorated with inlays, now missing. The black surface of the uppermost part of the statue is probably from a resin poured over the statue. The sculpture was carved from one piece of wood that is now preserved in three pieces. Excavated by the British School of Archaeology in Egypt at Kafr Ammar in 1912.