Two fagments of a painted cartonnage rishi style mummy mask. Both are very fragile and held together by paraffin wax. The largest fragmert is from the lower part of the rear of the mask found within tomb 287 (John Garstang, ‘The Burial Customs of Ancient Egypt’. London (1907), pp. 174-176, fig. 183). It shows a multicoloured necklace counterpoise. The smallest part is from a different mask (or cartonnage case?) and shows the left claw and tail of a hawk. Smallest fragment dimensions: 284 x 149 mm.