The inner coffin of the Chantress of Amun at Karnak, Tanakhtnettahat, dates to the twenty-first Dynasty (1070-945 BC). It is part of the Charlotte Lichirie Collection of Egyptian art, housed in the Michael C. Carlos Museum at Emory University (acc. no. 1999.1.17, a-c). The coffin contained a mummy, covered with a mummy board decorated with mythological scenes from the Book of the Dead, images of the coffin owner adoring various deities and different amuletic imagery for the protection of the deceased in her journey to the afterlife. The coffin shows signs of reuse by a woman named Ta-Aset. This assemblage of inner coffin, mummy board, and mummy would have been placed inside an outer coffin, fragments of which may be in the Musée de Grenoble, France.