The rectangular shaft cut into the hillside has a gate in the northeast side at the bottom. The northeast and northwest sides slope in towards the top.
The rectangular entrance shaft of this little-known tomb is cut high on the hillside northeast of the south branch off the southwest Wadi leading to KV 34. In the northeast side of the bottom of the entryway shaft A is a gate that leads to a level corridor (B) and a second gate to chamber J, which most likely served as the burial chamber. The tomb has never been cleared and is still greatly encumbered with debris.
Nothing is known concerning this tomb's owner, or whether it was ever used. Its plan resembles other tombs of Dynasty 18 such as KV 30 and KV 37 in its use of a level corridor between the entryway and the burial chamber.
This site was used during the following period(s):
The tomb remains unexcavated and unexplored.
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