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 to the throne of his father, royal scribe, and Chief of the Charioteers. Though a bit smaller, his tomb is very similar to that of Khaemwaset in regard to decoration. Inside the tomb, we can see scenes of Ramses III worshiping, giving offerings, and presenting his son Amenherkhepshef to different gods. Scenes of Amenherkhepshef as a priest wearing a panther skin with paws and claws, scenes of the Book of the Gates and the sarcophagus are worth seeing.