The face and horns of this early goddess face have the wig, collar and naos acquired when the Bat emblem was combined with Hathor’s sistrum in the Middle Kingdom. The wig with curls was worn by queens and private women from the Middle Kingdom to the early New Kingdom, and was adopted to adorn the Bat face when in that period it was first incorporated into the sistrum emblematic of Hathor. A small uraeus crowned with a sun disk appears in the doorway of the naos. Traces of color appear on the small ivory – blue in the collar and hair, red in the space between the volutes and the naos, and bits of gesso(?).This small ivory was discovered in a tomb that can be dated to the late seventeenth or early 18th Dynasty. The individuals buried in this area seem to have had some access to a good many fine materials and even foreign goods, although they are not wealthy tombs and not official’s tombs. In this respect they bear resemblance to the burials believed to be of palace attendants in the cemetery east of Deir el Medina.