of Ti. SAKKARA. 4. Route. 395
Ti To the right of it are two perfectly preserved and several dam¬
aged ship-building scenes, representing the various operations,
from the hewing of the stems to the caulking of the vessel resting
on the stocks. The primitive saws, axes, hammers, borers, and
other tools used by the workmen are particularly interesting.
S. Side of the Tomh Chamber of Ti .
Antelopes and. stag
ii- * :
Bearers of Offerings
Pigeons , Geese, Cranes,
Animals being tlaxtghtered.
The S. side is richly covered with representations, but the upper
parts are damaged. We here find lists of the whole of the domestic
animals belonging to the deceased, including oxen, gazelles, and
antelopes, which were domesticated at that period, and a stag,
which is separately noted by the writers. |Then figures of Ti and
bearers of offerings. On the lower half of the wall are four rows