The tomb is located in the south branch of the southwest wadi, northeast of KV 34 (Thutmes III). The only description of the tomb was given in the Baedeker guidebook, which stated that it was small and accessible via a flight of steps. It consists of two undecorated chambers, but it has never been fully cleared and no accurate plan exists.
According to Elizabeth Thomas, the tomb may have been dug as a subsidiary burial for Thutmes III. Weigall, however, proposed that it belonged to a member of Thutmes III's royal family or the family of the vizier Rekhmire. The tomb was never used.
This site was used during the following period(s):
The tomb is not accessible and a modern bench has been built over its entrance.
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