The Tomb of Tutu is one of the remarkable tombs in the south tombs of Tel El Amarna that looks like the Tomb of Mahu. This tomb was established by Tutu, prominent political figure who served as the High Minister of Akhenaton in charge of foreign affairs. His name appears repeatedly in the cuneiform clay tablets known as the Amarna Letters. Like most of the tombs in Tel El Amarna, the entrance corridor of the tomb is ornamented with some carvings for the Royal Family worshipping Aten and presenting offerings for him. Worth admiration in the Pharaonic Scenes over the walls of the tomb are those depicting: - Tutu receiving presents from Akhenaton - Procession of officials and musicians - Men sweeping the floor of the royal palace - Tutu riding his chariot towards the Temple of Aten