He was bandaged, and wrapped in a shroud, or funerary cloth. His mask, which covers his head and shoulders, was the final element to be to be added to his mummy. Ankhef's mask was made of cartonnage, which is a molded linen stiffened with plaster. His mask is meant to represent the face of the deceased, and was not an actual portrait. The mask of Ankhef was created to display how the deceased would appear in the Afterlife, therefore was painted with the "golden skin of a divine being."
Ankhef's soft tissues have disintegrated and his disorganized skeleton is is a result of the disappearance of the ligaments.
Dawson, W R; Gary, P H K, Catalogue of Egyptian Antqiuities in the British Museum: Mummies and Human Remains, 1, London, BMP, 1968
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