This is part of a door, or possibly a window shutter.
It is from Kom Aushim. Egyptian doors were made from planks and fitted into wooden frames. They tended to be hinged on tenons inserted into stone sockets in the sill and lintel. Doors and windows had rolled matting curtains or screens to keep out sand and dust. This is part of a door, or possibly a window shutter. It is made from wood. It is between 1,600 and 1,800 years old, dating to the Roman or Byzantine Period (201-400 CE).