About the Tomb
Only the shaft of QV 35 was completed and there are no chambers.
Tomb construction began in the 18th Dynasty and was abandoned after the shaft was cut.
This site was used during the following period(s):
According to the GCI-SCA, the shaft appears to be in good condition, despite the opening in the north wall to adjacent QV 34 and the large area of ceiling collapse in that tomb. Signs of flooding through the tomb shaft and into neighboring QV 34 are present. Periodic episodes of flooding have contributed to the fractured nature of the rock and the collapses evident throughout QV 34.
Tomb Numbering Systems in the Valley of the Queens and the Western Wadis
Geography and Geology of the Valley of the Queens and Western Wadis
CNRS mission report: Centre national de la recherche scientifique (France). Rapport d'activité 1987-1988 URA no. 1064, 1987-1988.
CNRS mission report: Centre national de la recherche scientifique. Rapport d'activité 1988/1989 and1989/1990 URA no. 1064. Recherches sur les nécropoles thébaines et le Ramésseum; Publication des temples de la Nubie, 1988.
Demas, Martha and Neville Agnew (eds). Valley of the Queens. Assessment Report. Los Angeles: The Getty Conservation Institute, 2012, 2016. Two vols.