26.7.1439a, b–,1441a, b; .1442 are ointment jars that were found with their box and other objects (the gaming board 26.7.1287 among them) in the vicinity of a mummy in a coffin, all left at the bottom of a tomb shaft in the Lower Asasif, western Thebes by robbers who entirely cleared out the rest of the tomb (no. 25 according to the numbering by the excavators Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon). The toilet box 26.7.1438) is decorated with a scene showing the Cupbearer Kemeni in front of King Amenemhat IV (ca. 1814–1805 B.C.).