The couple, turned towards the outside, welcomes the visitors. Of Ameneminet only a part of his tunic and the bottom of his torso are prserved. Nefertari is better preserved. She is dressed in a loose white robe, her upper portion, down to her waist, is covered by a red tunic. Her long wig is encircled by a broad headband, whilst a cone of ointment is above it. She raises her right hand in sign of welcome, whereas the left hand grips a Hathoric sistrum and a floral stem surro...unded with lanceolate leaves corresponding to bindweeds, indicating the arrival on the West bank of the Nile where the graves are (see the special article). She also wears earrings and bracelets, as well as an usekh collar around her neck. One should notice the individualisation of the white nails of her hands. The text which overhung this scene has disappeared.
TT277, the tomb of Ameneminet