Tomb of Companions and Nefer

On the south side of the causeway leading to the Pyramid of King Unas is the Tomb of Nefer and Companions from the 5th Dynasty, in all probability the family or communal tomb of a guild of singers. It has a single chamber, 8 meters long, with nine tomb shots. In one of these was found the mummy of a naked man, raised only with a necklace of blue pearls, lying on his side with his legs more or less bent, as if asleep. The walls, looked with plaster, display a rich kind of reliefs. On the left hand wall are 5 rows of pictures from everyday life, letting in woodworkers, producing scenes, and a particular and informative scene depicting the debut of a boat. On the right wall the dead men are depicted with their wives at a funeral junket.