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The entrance of the tomb of Prince Sethherkhepshef (QV 43) at the time of its discovery by Ernesto Schiaparelli. Substantial limestone fragments and sand were deposited in the tomb passage due to repeated flooding. Remains of sarcophagi are clearly visible on the upper surface, which may have also arrived together with the alluvial deposits or (more likely) from the tomb's reuse in later periods. Italian Archaeological Expedition excavations. Courtesy of the Egyptian Museum in Turin


Valley of the Queens, Main Valley
West Bank, Luxor


Egyptian Museum in Turin

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