Cartonnage are funerary masks made from overlapping layers of cloth or papyrus sheets, which are then stuccoed and painted, and sometimes embellished with gold leaf or lapis. While they only became widespread from the end of the New Kingdom onward, they actually made their appearance in the Old Kingdom. The shoulders and chest are covered by wesekh collar, over which two cloth strips of identical color were crossed, representing the last bandage added to the deceased’s wrapping. Underneath the collar, the ram-headed god Amon-Ra is depicted with the body of a vulture with outstretched wings. The god, associated here with the sun as it rises on the horizon, is represented as a solar disk enclosed between two Uraeus cobras.