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A project of the American Research Center in Egypt
The tomb of Queen Nefertari (QV 66) possibly photographed after excavations. From the left, Hathor in her bovine form, a canopic chest in the form of a shrine with Anubis as a jackal couchant surrounded by the Four Sons of Horus, as well as Ra and Shu seated. Below are texts from Spell 17 of the Book of the Dead. A dog-legged area with five niches painted with shrines and framed with a cavetto cornice extends from the lower two sides of the room. Italian Archaeological Expedition excavations. Courtesy of the Egyptian Museum in Turin.


Valley of the Queens, Main Valley
West Bank, Luxor

Direction of View



Egyptian Museum in Turin

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