[13.B] Different types of pottery vessels outside dig "house" (rock-tomb)
[9.B] Process of excavation of XIIth dynasty tombs in southeast angle of the town enclosure
1 - Deshasheh Hill from South.
3 - Profile of successive cliffs, from S.
12 - SW wall - | - Recess - Tomb of Shedu
14 - NE wall - Tomb of Shedu
15 - List of offerings - Tomb of Shedu.
22 - Top of 23 [Inscription in recess - Tomb of Anta]
27 - Carrying off captives of Sati
28 - Egyptians mining the town wall of the Sati
30 and 31 - Statue of Nenkheftka. No 1 - [D35A:n-(x*t):f-kA]
36 - Same as 35 [Statue of Nenkheftka]
38 - Head of No 35-6
40 - Same as 39 [Figure of Nenkheftka]
42 - Figure of Nenkheftka - No 4
43 - Upper part of No 42 [Figure of Nenkheftka]
46 - Same as 45 [Nenkheftka and his wife]
47 - Upper parts of group 45 [Nenkheftka and his wife]
49 - Same as 48 [Nenkheftka and his wife]
52 - Wooden statue much weathered - Found thrown into a tomb well.
56 - Same as 55 [painted board from the tomb of Mera], from a coloured copy
58 - Same as 57 from a coloured copy.
59 - Painted wood headrest + two pairs of wooden models of sandals from tomb of Mera
72 - Pottery from later re-burial of XVIII dyn.
81-85 - [Ebony statuette of a negress, found at Thebes] and purchased. The finest Egyptian wood-carving.
Watercolour of a necklace
 Pots in grave
 Head with hair pins
 Ivory combs, beads, hand and bangle
 Fine pottery and ostrich-egg-models.