Adapted from http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grab_des_Mentuhotep
The burial of the Mentuhotep was found in a small chamber on the bottom of a shaft. In the middle of the chamber stood three interlocking wooden coffins, typical of the Middle Kingdom. The coffins are decorated on the outside with a painted palace facade and on the inside show friezes with the depiction of devices, lists of victims, but also numerous coffin texts.  A special feature is the outer coffin (lost in World War II). Its lid is slanted, imitating a per-who's shrine.
Around the coffin were model figures made of wood, which are typical for burials of the early Middle Kingdom. There were mainly two model ships  and female offerers. In the innermost coffin there was also a small wooden statue that shows Mentuhotep.  Various ceramic vessels, a headrest and two rods were found.
Passalacqua-1826 pl III