The cover was found broken by Belzoni, but trans lations are here given of what remains, as figured by Bonomi, on plates 18 and 19. Those which cover the interior side of the lid belong in part to the Book of the Dead, but are incomplete. Only a small portion of the upper side of the lid now remains, figured on the same plates. On the bottom of the sarcophagus is engraved a large figure of the goddess Neith (plates 16 and I her arms hanging down, and her body wrapped round with folding wings in the form of a tight-fitting dress. The figure is surrounded with prayers and chapters from the Book of the Dead. In the Appendix M. Lefebure has given the version of the Book of Hades from the Tombs of Seti I.