About the Tomb
QV 2 is a shallow pit lying to the south of the main visitor path and close to QV 3, QV 4, and QV 7. It was reburied by the Supreme Council of Antiquities (SCA) and is no longer visible.
The tomb was also filled in at the time of Elizabeth Thomas' inspection and was last cleared by the Franco-Egyptian Mission in 1987.
QV 2 is a shallow pit that has been reburied by the SCA.
This site was used during the following period(s):
In 2009, the SCA reburied the tomb.
According to the GCI-SCA, flood debris and erosion had gradually reburied the tomb by the time of their assessment in 2007.
Tomb Numbering Systems in the Valley of the Queens and the Western Wadis
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