a) "Deathbirth Machine II" (1977) by HR Giger
b) The Henu Barque from The Papyrus of Ani
c) The two side by side with the Henu Barque reversed
d) The side view of the boat becomes legs
f) The antelope head and horns becomes the woman's head and hat. Perhaps the sace beneath the antelope's ear becomes the face of the smaller skull like head with the top of ear becoming the top of the skull head and the hair trailing behind. The fan helps to contribute to the idea of the ribbing along the rear of the bulk of the hat and necks
h) Corresponding area where it's fairly hard to draw a comparison. Perhaps some of the ribbing in the skirt becomes the ribbing in the diagonal tube although it's facing a very different direction
i) So the central part of the skirt where it hangs from the knee becomes a decomposing baby.