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December 3, 2018

x Tomb of Ramses IV (KV 2)

King Ramses IV is the third pharaoh of the Twentieth Dynasty of the New Kingdom. He was the 5th son of Ramses III and was Read More
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x Tomb of Ramses III (KV 11)

King Ramses III was the second ruler of the Twentieth Dynasty, and the last of great pharaohs on the throne. Ramses III, son of Setnakht, Read More
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x Tomb of Ramsses I I(KV 16)

Unfortunately, the tomb of the great Pharaoh Ramses II is unsuitable for visiting by tourists. It was one of the first tombs to be dug Read More
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x the tomb of Ramses II

  Unfortunately, the tomb of the great Pharaoh Ramses II is unsuitable for visiting by tourists. It was one of the first tombs to be Read More
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x Tomb of Ramses I (KV 16)

King Ramses I is the founder of the Ninth Dynasty and father of Seti I. His reign only extended over two years, since he came Read More
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x The Tomb of Merneptah (KV 8)

King Mereneptah was the 11th son of King Ramses II and Queen Isis-Nofret. He was an old man and he ascended the throne after the Read More
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x Tomb of Prince Mentuherkhepeshef (KV 19) 

Prince Mentuherkhepshef was a son of Ramses IX. He was the only prince to be buried like kings in a decorated tomb in the Valley Read More
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x Tomb of Horemheb (KV 57)

Before coming to the throne himself, Horemheb had served in the court of King Amenhotep IV, then he had continued in his post under the Read More
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x Tomb of Hatchepsut and Thutmose I

The Tomb of Queen Hatshepsut and Thutmose I (Thutmes or Tuthmosis I) is located in the Valley of the Kings, in the Western Bank of Read More
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x The Tomb of Ay (WV 23)

Ay is Tutankhamen’s successor, who took the throne following the death of the young king, he served at the royal court as a vizier then Read More
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x Tomb of Amenhotep II (KV 35) 

Amenhotep II, son of Tuthmosis III, is widely considered, from both military and administrative perspective, as one of the great Ancient Egyptian rulers. He led Read More
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x Tomb of Tawsert and Sethnakht

Queen Tawosret (Tawsert) was the Chief Wife of Seti II (of the Nineteenth Dynasty) and her tomb KV14 is located next to that of her Read More
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x Tomb of Tyti (Titi)

Tomb QV 52 is located on the West Bank at Luxor (ancient Thebes) in the Valley of the Queens. Egyptologists believe that Queen Tyti (Titi) Read More
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x The Tomb of Queen Nefertari

QV 66 The name ‘Nefertari’ (Meri-Mut) means ‘The Most Beautiful of All’, ‘The Beloved of Mut’. Queen Nefertari married Ramses II before he ascended the Read More
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x Tomb of Khaemwaset

Khaemwaset and his brother (or half-brother), Amenherkhepshef, (who were buried in the Valley of the Queens) were sons of Ramses III, a king whose sons Read More
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x Tomb of Amen-Her-Kheb-Shef

Also buried in the Valley of the Queens was Amenherkhepshef, the son of Ramses III and brother of Khaemwaset. He was a prince, an heir Read More
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x Tomb of Senn-Nefer

TT 96 Senn-Nefer was Mayor of Thebes, Overseer of the Garden of Amen, one of the most considerable figures and one of the most important Read More
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x Tomb of Rekh-Mi-Ra (TT 100)

Since he had descended from a noble family of viziers, Rekhmire was helped to rise rapidly in the bureaucracy. He was Vizier of Upper Egypt, Read More
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x Tomb of Menna

TT 69 Menna was Scribe of the Fields of the Lord of the Two Lands, the overseer of agricultural activities on the extensive royal landholdings, Read More
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x Tomb of Roy

Roy was a royal scribe and steward in the estates of the Temple of Amun and of King Horemheb of the late 18th Dynasty and Read More
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