One intriguing feature of the tomb is the way in which Tyti is depicted. In some scenes, such as those on the front wall of one of the rear chambers, she is a young girl wearing the costume and braided hair style of a teenager. Then, for example in the corridor on the left wall, she is represented as a middle aged woman, dressed more conservatively and with a hint of make-up. These sorts of representations are not common in Egyptian art, and the contrast between the younger woman and the older one are striking.
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