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Tomb entrance with modern path and shelter.
Tomb entrance and old information sign.
Four semicircular recesses in the sides of the burial pit of Rameses VII's tomb (KV 1) that were probably intended to hold a set of canopic jars.
Stone cover of burial pit.
Approach to a tomb.
KV 1: Chamber K: rear wall with niche
KV 1: Burial Chamber J: left wall, general view looking into tomb, chamber K and the foot of the sarcophagus cover are also in view.
KV 1: Corridor B: ceiling, front end

Brock, Edwin C.  The Clearance of the Tomb of Rameses VII.  In: Richard H. Wilkinson (ed.).  Valley of the Sun Kings: New Explorations in the Tombs of the Pharaohs. Tucson: University of Arizona Egyptian Expedition, 1995.  Pp. 47-63.

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Cauville, Sylvie and Mohammed Ibrahim AliLa Vallée des Rois: Itinéraire du Visiteur. Leuven: Peeters, 2014. Pp. 205-221.

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Dodson, Aidan.  Royal Tombs in the Twentieth Dynasty.  In: Richard H. Wilkinson and Kent R. Weeks (eds.).  The Oxford Handbook of the Valley of the Kings.  Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016.  Pp. 218-229.

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Engelbach, Reginald.  Notes of Inspection April 1921.  Annales du Service des Antiquités égyptiennes 21 (1921): 188-196.

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Geography and Geology of the Valley

The Valley of the Kings actually consists of two valleys that run northeast from the slopes of a prominent ridge along a high plateau into the Western Desert.