Quibell-1908 p. 11Behind the potter's shop (no 15) [which was on top of Nefersmdet's coffin] were several small objects.
One was a statuette of a girl with her hands raised (pI. XVII, 1); she stood on a board, at the other end of which sat the owner of the tomb in her palanquin. This was evidently the companion piece to the evening entertainment of the husband, but it was in a very poor state.
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