Khokha (Nobels Tombs) is one of the necropolises on the western bank of the Nile southward El Assasif Necropolis in Luxor. It encloses about 5 tombs tracing back to the Old Kingdom and more than 50 tomb tracing back to the 18th and the 19th Dynasty. On top of the tombs in Khokha area are Tomb of Kha-Em-Het, Tomb of Khensu, and Tomb of Nefer Enpet.
Dra Abu El Naga is an archeological sites in Luxor on the western bank of the Nile. It encloses a large number of necropolises of kings of the 17th Dynasty and some officials of the New Kingdom such as AmenhotepI and Ahmose-Nefertar and the temples of MentuhotepII and many other pharaonic monuments.
El Assasif necropolis locates on the western bank of the Nile at Thebes few meters southward Draa Abu El Naga archeological site. It encloses about 40 tomb dating back to the Pharaonic period especially the New Kingdom including the tomb of Ankh-Hor, Tomb of Kheruef, Tomb of Pabasa.
Sheik Abd El Qurna ( Nobels Tombs)is one of the necropolises in the western bank of the Nile in Luxor. It locates to the west of Khokha(Nobles Tombs)and next to Temple of Hatshepsut and Mentuhotep.It encloses about 146 tombs tracing back to the 18th Dynasty including the Tomb of Rekh-Mi-Ra and Tomb of Senn-Nefer and others.