The sacrificial articles set out on the east are the following Two earthen jars, holding must and spirits. Round wine cups with a handle, and similar cups without a handle. Wooden spoons. A couple of white pots filled with uncut kwei pickles 1, taro, and pickled meat of snails. Two baskets without strings (to fasten the covers), but with pieces of linen (to place over them), the one containing chestnuts, unselected, and the other four slices of dried meat. Mats to place the offerings on stand on the north side of the articles, and mats to stretch the corpse upon while it is being dressed stand on their east.