Fragment from one of the short sides of a Middle Kingdom rectangular shaped coffin. Decorated striped borders and with hieroglyphic text that reads,' The revered one before Nephthys, the lady of the house, Arythetep (aryt-Htp)'. Written in between the name of Nephthys and the title is a small addition of hieratic text written vertically.
John Garstang, 'Burial Customs of Ancient Egypt' (London, 1907) p. 215 "No. 81...fragments of coffin inscribed with texts". There are four fragments in the colleciton that would all appear to be from the same tomb: 56.20.715-716 and 56.21.550-551.