scenes, this time on the left side of the entrance to the tomb,
show Userhat, his wife and their daughter standing before offerings
(the figures of the wife and daughter have been erased - this
was due to a early christian monk who lived in the tomb).
are some agricultural scenes, cows amongst some trees and the
measurement of grain.
feasting scene has also been damaged by the monk - all female
members of the feast have been destroyed. An inscription above
the head of Userhat (to whom the members of the feast are making
an offering) still survives:
the sake of your soul, make a happy day in your beautiful house
of eternity which is your dwelling for ever. You are seated in
it, your heart being happy, while you follow this good god Osiris,
Lord of Eternity, who grants that you shall receive food in his
presence at all times of the day".