Limestone tomb relief: this slab, which is carved in good, low relief, contains the lowest register and part of the register above from a wall exhibiting scenes of offering and the preparation of sacrifices. The bottom register contains representations of the ritual slaying and dismemberment of four oxen. Above is the lower half of a register which contained figures of offering-bearers. In front of each figure is a raised panel where the name of the person shown should have been carved in low relief. Three names only have been scratched roughly on three of the panels: Neferihy (?), Hau, and Itisen.

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