This is a frieze from part of a ceiling.
It is from Thebes. This carved frieze shows a row of uraei (cobras) with sundiscs on a backboard. The uraei are painted in red, green and black, the sundiscs are red, pink and black and the backboard is pink with black spots. There are four drilled holes for attaching it, presumably, to a piece of furniture. The original use and symbolism of this frieze is not known. This is a frieze from part of a ceiling. It is made from wood. It is over 3,000 years old, dating to the 20th Dynasty (1186-1069 BCE) in the New Kingdom.