In his report, Rosellini depicted the mummy as resting in a black varnished coffin with yellow painted hieroglyphs, "the body intact in its bandages."
Such a coffin, missing the lid, was found in the store rooms of Florence's Egypt museum. Previous researchers had, in fact, attributed it as coming from Rosellini's expedition. Because of its damaged condition, it lay almost forgotten in the museum's store rooms.
At a careful examination, the yellow painted hieroglyphs revealed the name of the coffin's owner, the "God's Father Qenamun."
"The very important title confirmed it belonged to Amenhotep II's foster brother," Betrò said.