The museum’s collection contains a set of two wooden chests and the cartonnage of a woman named Ta(net)charu. They can be fitted into each other. On the inner chest depicted here, the deceased wears a wig with the wings of a vulture, a bird associated with the mother goddess Mut. The face has been carved out superbly from a separate piece of wood. A large floral collar hangs over her shoulders. The vertical band of text contains a sacrificial formula supplicating Osiris to provide the deceased with food and drink. The sides of the case contain other offering formulas in large blue hieroglyphics. Depicted on the base of the chest is Nut, goddess of the heavens, with outstretched arms. In her hands she holds the Ankh, the symbol of life.