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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 11: Rameses III
KV 09: Rameses V and Rameses VI
KV 14: Tausert and Setnakht
KV 06: Rameses IX
KV 19: Mentuherkhepeshef
KV 02: Rameses IV
KV 2: Rameses IV
KV 01: Rameses VII
KV 9: Rameses V and Rameses VI
KV 04: Rameses XI
KV 18: Rameses X
KV 10: Amenmeses
KV 6: Rameses IX
KV 03: Son of Rameses III
KV 55: Tiye (?) or Akhenaten (?)
KV 1: Rameses VII
KV 05: Sons of Rameses II
KV 07: Rameses II
KV 17: Sety I
KV 62: Tutankhamen
KV 13: Bay
KV 16: Rameses I
KV 57: Horemheb
KV 56: Unknown
KV 12: Unknown
KV 48: Amenemipet
KV 49: Unknown
KV 58: Unknown
KV 60: Sit-Ra, called In (?)
Sunk relief (painted)
Raised relief (painted)
Plans and Sections
Tomb entrance of KV 18
Path leading to KV 20, KV 19, KV 43 and KV 18, entrance.
Entrance of KV 18
Madinat Habu, Roman forecourt of Amen temple, granite false door from Memorial temple of Thutmes III, detail: pair of Horus eyes
Madinat Habu, Rameses III Memorial temple, detail: glyphs for royal title "King of Upper and Lower Egypt"
Madinat Habu, Rameses III Memorial temple, East High Gate, east face, looking west (with tourists).
Madinat Habu, Rameses III Memorial temple, East High Gate looking west (without tourists)
Madinat Habu, Rameses III Memorial temple, East High Gate, south side, Sakhmet statue.
Wilkinson's painted tomb number and graffiti.
Modern iron gate of tomb, with sun disk on the horizon above, and flanked by names and epithets of Rameses VI.
Modern path leading to tomb.
Incised modern graffiti and painted Coptic graffiti between legs of Rameses IV.
Wilkinson's tomb number painted over incised graffiti.
Hieroglyphic text with beginning of Rameses IV's Horus name, surrounded by Coptic graffiti.
Rameses IV addressing Ra-Horakhty, with Coptic and modern graffiti around and on the figures.
Rameses IV's names and titles alternating with winged figures representing goddesses of Upper and Lower Egypt and forms of sun god.
Hieroglyphic text columns from Litany of Ra; graffiti of Coptic saints.
KV 02: Rameses IV, Corridor B, ceiling (front part). Rameses IV's names and titles alternating with protective vultures (detail)
KV 02: Rameses IV, Burial chamber J, right wall (left part). Book of Gates, third division (P)/fourth hour (H), middle and lower registers, scenes 20-22.
Book of Gates, second division (P)/third hour (H), scenes 10, 11, 14.