It is located in the necropolis of Qarat (Karet) Qasr Salim, to the north of Ain el-Hubaga, near the town of El Bawiti, in El Bahariya Oasis. Dating back to the Twenty-sixth Dynasty, the well-preserved and decorated tomb belongs to Djed-Amun-Ef-Ankh (Djedamun-efa-nkh), who was a wealthy landowner of Bahariya. The tomb consists of a chamber with round pillars and painted false doors. As for depictions, the large elaborate tomb is rich in colorful religious paintings of traditional offerings and the ceiling has some scenes of goddess Nekbet (the vulture) in a starry sky. The Burial Chamber is decorated with scenes depicting the deceased presenting offerings to various deities. The tombs are reached via an iron ladder down a deep shaft.
Valley of the Golden Mummies
The Valley of the Golden Mummies is a Greco-Roman necropolis, located about 6 km from El-Bawiti, the capital of El Bahariya Oasis, in the Western Desert. Discovered by Ashry Shaker in 1996, the valley is considered the most spectacular discovery since the finding of the Tomb of Tutankhamun.