Such high vessels with a round bottom and two small round handles on top were used to store liquids –
water, beer, or wine. The surface of the vessels is completely covered with images, which means that they
rather had a decorative function. They must have been a part of tomb offerings ensuring the dead's well-
being in the afterlife. The decorative motifs on them include religious symbols of life after death: lotus
petals, papyrus vegetation, and gift-bearers.