On the 24th of September 1910, at Meir, Kamalopened an intact tomb, still closed by its wooden door. It is oriented to the north and the cellar measures 3 meters in length by 2m 25 cm in width and 1.6m in height. It contained two wooden coffins placed next to each other.Kamal-1912 p. 99.
In the little space that separated the coffins and the east wall of the cellar, I collected two complete boats, a granary, an offering bearer, a beer factory, two long canes and a few pieces of wood of no interest.
Inscriptions on the coffins identified the owners as Re-hetepi and Kayet. However the models could not be ascribed to either individually.