Tomb QV 52 is located on the West Bank at Luxor (ancient Thebes) in the Valley of the Queens. Egyptologists believe that Queen Tyti (Titi) was a wife of Ramses III and the mother of Amenherkhepshef (who was buried in QV 55). The ceiling of the Burial Chamber is ornamenting with delicate white stars on a golden background. It is quite interesting to observe the way the Queen is represented: in some scenes she is a young girl, wearing the costume and hair-do of a teenager; while in others, she is a middle-aged woman – a contrast not common in Egyptian tombs. Also Tyti is shown adoring a sycamore-fig tree in which Hathor resides. Considerably damaged by later reuse, the tomb manifests Tyti clearly in adoration of Anubis, Nephthys, Thoth, Neith, Serqet, Osiris, Hu, Sia, Shu, Tefnut, Ptah, Ma’at, Imsety, Duamutef, Hapy, Qebensenuef, Re-Harakhty. One interesting scene shows a lion-headed Nebnery posing before the Queen in the form of the squatting youth, Herima’at.