Dr. Zahi; Hawass secretary general of
the Supreme Council of Antiquities (SCA) said that the tomb, which
belongs to the scribe of Devine records Ka-Hay and his wife
Spri-Ankh, has a very beautiful wooden false door bearing different
titles o f the tomb's owner along with two offering tables. At the
tomb's forefront excavators stumbled upon a niche where five wooden
statues featuring the tomb's owner and his wife have been unearthed.
Most of the statues are very well preserved, asserted Dr. Hawass,
and among them is a very fine double statue featuring Ka-Hay and his
wife seated. , "It is a unique statue," said Hawass adding that in
general double seated statues are made of lime stone and-are rarely
carved in wood.