TT 3 Pa-shedu was a servant in the Place of the Truth in the Thebes Necropolis. He was responsible for digging the royal tombs in the Valley of the Kings. His tomb was discovered in 1834. The walls of the tomb has beautiful paintings of Pa-shedu and various members of his family, also Anubis, Ra-Hor-Akhti, Isis, Osiris, Thoth, Hathor, Neith, Serqet,and Wepwawet and many other gods of the hereafter, in addition to scenes from The Book of the Dead. Very beautiful is the scene of the sycamore fig tree standing next to a rectangular pond, the scene of Ptah-Sokar-Osiris, as a green falcon, and the most-known scene which is that of Pashedu kneeling and bowing down beneath the branches of a date-palm.