This sarcophagus of Ius-ankh, the priestess of Amon-Ra is a spectacular example of the Egyptial burial
culture dated back to the III Transitional Period. The anthropoid sarcophagus consists of a lid and a lower
part. The lid is a relief image of the deceased woman in burial shrouds. Ius-ankh is depicted in a long
three-part wig with a wreath of lotus flowers, and with massive round earrings in her ears. Her chest is
decorated with a wide usekh necklace with the priestess' hands crossed over it. In the end of the
sarcophagus there is a a relieved stand shaped as swathed feet.