This box a good illustration of the casual nature of the repacking. At the top there were some
oddments of cloth & three gold sequins which may have belonged to Box 21. Next came a
bronze snake with pegs for attachment, showing that it had formed part of the external
decoration of some large object: a small wooden model tool, & two throw sticks.
Below an elaborate tapestry woven robe (with a large <> in stones, gold framed, on the
breast.) This garment all hunched together. Below a very elaborate corselet of gold, glaze and
inlay. Pieces of this same corselet were also found on the floor of the chamber.
Below, probably the original contents of the box, a number of faience ewers and cups. The
inscription on the lid calls for 17 lapis colour.
This scarab found to have no connection with robe. It lay across folds, had a large suspension
ring at back & bead loops were continuous, not for fastening.