Painted mud block from a tomb wall representing a priest holding a mummy, and a female mourner kneeling before the mummy. From the Theban Tomb 222, the tomb of Heqamaatranakht called Turo, High priest of Montu, Lord of Thebes. From the time of Ramesses III - IV. Wife: Wiay (Chief of the Harem of Montu). Sons: Userhet (Chief Prophet of Monthu) and Panebmontu (First Prophet of Monthu). TT222.
The object was donated to Norwich Castle Museum in 1919 by Dr Fisher (ex Rustafjaell collection).
Tracings of the tomb decoration were made by Norman and Nina de Garis Davies; see the Griffith Institute website for further information http://www.griffith.ox.ac.uk/gri/4TT222.html.