The mastaba had been robbed, however the roof of one of the serdabs had collapsed before the robbery took place, and a number of statuettes were found beneath the rubble. Some of these were inscribed, revealing the name of the tomb's principal owner to be "Spy". [In the book the owner is mis-identified as "Sankh-ouaiti", aparently through a confusion with one of their titles]
Catalogue of statuettes:
(Adapted from De Morgan,1903, pp. 18-21)
- A kneeling baker kneading dough. CG 504
- A rower.
- Kneeling figure.
- A woman carrying a trunk on her head. [NB. de Morgan's fig. 47 shows feet present] CG 510
- Similar figure to (4). [NB. from Borchardt - left foot and right leg are missing from CG 509 ] CG 509
- Seated figure, arms at its sides, hands rested on his knees.
- A man standing with feet together, arms hanging.
- Similar statuette.
- Group consists of six statuettes. They are men in wigs advancing in single file. CG 511
- Similar group which consisted of five statues draped. Three remained in place. CG 512
- Headless statue of a seated man, hands on knees.
- A man walks, arms hanging.
- Similar figure draped in a cloth.
- Similar figure.
- Similar figure.
- Large seated statue, very worm-eaten.
- A man, standing, walking with his arms hanging.
- Man wearing a headband and dressed in the great shenti triangular apron.
- Head of a statuette wearing a fluted wig.
- Similar head.
- Person standing with feet together, arms hanging down, fists clenched.
- Two similar figures, fluted wig.
- Similar figure, mutilated.
- A fully naked man walking by guiding a stick.
- A man walking.
- Six similar figures.
- Two fragments of statuettes.
- Seated figure.
This list contains many figures of the owner as well as some servant statues.