A site which requires you to register before you can view its content. For some reason I was able to get through to the page concerned without registering, but only on the first occasion I tried. Anyway, here's the gist of it. A female mummy whose name was Isit Ha, about whom very little is known, is now located in the Rutgers Geology Hall of the Old Queens Campus in New Jersey, having been transferred from New Brunswick Theological Seminary. It was taken to New Jersey by a missionary who brought it back from Egypt The mummy dates to c.320/33BC, and her age at time of death has been estimated at around 17 years of age. Both the mummy and the coffin are on display together with four stone artefacts which resemble canopic jars but are in fact completely solid, and not containers. "Images on the lid include her own burial ceremony, jewelry she wore and an image of the winged goddess Nut". There is a photo accompanying the piece on the site, showing the gold decoration on the top part of mummy's coffin and the top half of the mummy itself.