Fragment of a base-board of an anthropoid coffin trough (top end) with a representation of the deified King Amenhotep I, with beard and a short wig, atop which are horns, and twin feathers with a sun-disc, flanked by solar uraei. His shrouded body is shown overlaid with a bead-net pattern and he holds a crook and flail. Anubis who is shown as a jackal seated on a throne, holding a crook and flail. Name and title of the deceased are unknown. Along the proper right side are four dowel holes, one still containing a wooden dowel rod. In plaster, on the proper left side are traces of the curved edge of the trough side. The underside is plain wood.