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A project of the American Research Center in Egypt
Book of the Dead
KV 05 Plan, Sections, and Axonometric
Valley of the Kings
Explore the royal necropolis of Egypt's New Kingdom
Plans, Sections, Axonometrics
KV 2: Rameses IV
KV 43: Thutmes IV
KV 05: Sons of Rameses II
KV 02: Rameses IV
KV 47: Siptah
KV 4: Rameses XI
Sunk relief (painted)
Raised relief (painted)
Plans and Sections
Wilkinson's painted tomb number and graffiti.
Incised modern graffiti and painted Coptic graffiti between legs of Rameses IV.
Wilkinson's tomb number painted over incised graffiti.
Hieroglyphic text columns from Litany of Ra; graffiti of Coptic saints.
Hieratic graffito: "Regnal year 19, the continuation [or completion] of the work."
Graffito left by James Burton upon discovery of tomb (KV 5).
Hieratic graffito dated to regnal year 8 of Horemheb, recording restoration of the burial of Thutmes IV by chief treasurer Maya.
Hieratic graffito naming the Steward of the Southern City (Thebes) Djehutymes, who assisted in the restoration of the burial of Thutmes IV in regnal year 8 of Horemheb.
Red axial line painted on ceiling.
Mason's guidelines in red paint marking axes.
Rameses IV [addressing Ra-Horakhty], with Coptic graffiti around the figure.