This way of rendering dead bodies seems to have persisted for several centuries for it recurs on the seventh-century B.C. relief frieze from Nineveh depicting the battle on the river Ulai, as well as on a Greek Geometric oinochoe (wine jug), now in the Antikensammlung in Munich, on which there is a shipwreck scene. For a photograph of Tutankhamun’s box, see Alan R. Millard, “King Og’s Iron Bed—Fact or Fancy?” BR 06:02.