Mummiform wooden coffin lid of the Wab-Priest of Amun, Padiamunnebnesuttauwy. Wooden coffin with gesso and painted deocration. His coffin is decorated with images of different gods and events from the Book of the Dead. At the centre of the coffin is an image of Anubis preparing the mummy for the Afterlife. Beneath the pectoral on the lid is a figure of Nut, wings outstretched, her name, as usual, set above her head. Beneath is a panel containing a representation of the god Khnumn with the following accompanying inscription, an offering formula invoking Khnumn as "the potter" and "the one who fashioned the gods". Decorated with vignettes from the judgement scene and chapter 85 from the Book of the Dead. The interior of the coffin contains inscriptions on both sides in a rather poor state of preservation. The figure of Nut appears on the floor of the coffin, while on the bottom of the coffin is a 'djed' pillar. The lid is in better condition than the trough, although the beard is missing.