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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 had same names. Like the burials of almost all royal princes, the tomb’s decoration (whose paintings are well-preserved) shows the king introducing his deceased son to the gods. In the tomb we can see scenes of Khaemwaset and his father, Ramses III, worshipping various gods such as Ptah, Thoth, Anubis and Ra-Hor-Akhty. lsis, Nephthys, Neith, Serqet and the Four Sons of Horus (Hapy, Qebehsenuef, Imsety, and Duamutef) are depicted protecting the princes; the lion-headed Lord of Fear, called Jebneryu, stands holding a knife to protect Khaemwaset; and the Four Sons of Horus emerging from a lotus blossom.

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