Ta-enty’s small undecorated tomb was just big enough to hold her mummy nested inside two coffins. The trough of her inner coffin is brightly painted. The central area is dominated by a painting of a large djed-pillar from the top of which issue two arms holding the sun's disc over an ankh sign.
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.