46 Bundles of cloth etc. 1
On lion couch, tail end.
A miscellaneous group consisting of three arrows (a), and three shapeless bundles of cloth.
The first bundle consisted of two or more large cloths of fine linen with corners knotted
together to form a kind of bag. They were probably shirts, as attached to them there had been
two collars of faience beads & pendants (b & c). Within there was a large collection of
underwear folded to flat pads, 2 gauntlets, a round object of ebony and ivory, a lapis lazuli
plaque etc. (See special cards).
Some of the pads of cloth had been tied into bundles by strips of papyrus.
Some of the pads were in almost perfect condition. Others were reduced almost to soot. Why?