The south wall of the Dynasty 18 tomb of the scribe Nakht. Three rows of offering bearers on the sides and two additional bearers accompanied by tree goddesses below hold food and supplies. These are directed toward a false door.
Entrances to KV 6 and KV 55 ca. 1910.
Rubble ramp and steps leading to tomb entrance, ca. 1910.
Debris in chamber at time of excavation.
Chamber filled with debris at time of discovery, a germinating Osiris figure at the base of the rear pile.
Lower part of burial chamber J as discovered.
Partially reconstructed calcite canopic chest.
Restored calcite canopic jar stopper in the form of the king's head.
Calcite table in the form of a funerary bed, inscribed with the cartouches of Horemheb.
Fragmentary life-sized wooden guardian statue, one of a pair, with traces of gilding and black resin coating.
Wooden statue of a protective god, originally holding snakes in his hands.
Wooden statue of a panther coated with black resin.
Wooden statue of Anubis jackal, covered with black resin, wearing a collar that originally was gilded and with inlaid eyes.
Wooden germinating Osiris figure.
Aerial view of Dayr al Bahri.
Tomb entrance at base of sheer cliff with modern covering to protect it from water runoff.
Tomb entrance with modern ladder.
Amenhetep II receiving life from Hathor; Imydwat, first and second hours; sarcophagus.