The decoration of a flat ceiling was painted and divided with the blue painted ḥtp-dj-nswt-formula inscribed between blue dividers perpendicularly to the façade. The ceiling was framed at the border with a band of small green triangles spaced at intervals. The pattern that covered the ceiling is now only partially preserved and consists of yellow, light red and light blue squares with a small dark red square in the centre.


  • Caminos Ricardo A., James T.G.H., Gebel es-Silsilah. I. The Shrines, Archaeological Survey of Egypt 31, London 1963, 43, pls 35 [2, 3]