Mummiform wooden coffin trough of the Wab-Priest of Amun, Padiamunnebnesuttauwy. The exterior has layers of gesso and is painted; the interior seems to have a layer of linen on which decoration is painted, including an image of a goddess with outstretched arms along the length of the floor, surrounded by spells in fairly cursive hieroglyphs. The underside of the trough is decorated with an image of a djed column. Along the thickness of each side are four mortise holes. The inside surface of the trough is generally in a poor state of preservation and there is 19th century repair, including a patch of material (260 x 115 mm) screwed to the middle of the proper left inside. Around the middle area of the floor are large patches of brittle resin and bandages stuck to the surface.