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Dr. Joseph Wegner also later found an oval rope on the coffin and the wall of a mausoleum where the name of the pharaoh Seneb Kay was engraved. Tomb of Pharaoh Seneb Kay has 4 tombs and 1 limestone coffin. The walls of the coffin room depict ancient Egyptian deities such as the sky god Nut, Nepthys and the scorpion goddess Selket. On either side of the pharaoh’s golden coffin is an image of the goddess Isis inscribed in hieroglyphs along with the words: “Son of Horus, king of Upper and Lower Egypt, son of the almighty god Amun-Re, Seneb Kay.” Seneb Kay’s name is also engraved inside a royal cartouche.