Shallow box of an early Ptolemaic Period wooden coffin without lid. The underside is decorated with a large djed column, from the top of which emerge two serpents wearing slar discs. Set above this is a blue band with a single row of yellow stars representing the night sky. Above this is the back of a wig held together by a bow. The colours employed are red, yellow and dark blue. The interior is plain. Maximum width of 620 mm at the shoulders and 280 at the feet. Conservation Note 1988: Shrinkage of wood,surface loss, old wood boring beetle infestation.