The mummy of Ta-enty was X-rayed in 1967 and CT-scanned on 11 March 2017. The wear on the tooth crowns indicates that Ta-enty was of at least middle age when she died - 30 years old was the typical life expectancy for adult females. Her mummy was wrapped in linen cloth that had previously been used as clothing or bed sheets. CT scans have shown that after mummification her skull was crushed and dislodged teeth scattered in her body. Damage like this is unusual and we are uncertain when it occurred.
Ta-enty's intact tomb was found during John Garstang's excavations at Kostamneh (Nubia) in 1906. The rock cut tomb was given the number 200K. II 06. It is now lost beneath the waters of Lake Nasser.