Sarcophagus of a Priest
The mummy case is in the form of a mummified man and entirely covered with hieroglyphs and complicated decorations. The crossing red braces denote a priest. Inside the decorations show a series of gods.
The mummy case was found in Thebes (now Luxor) and dates from c.1070-945 BCE. It is made from wood, plaster and paint.
Image: © Harrogate Borough Council, Museums and Arts Service