KV49

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KV49
Burial site of Unknown
Location East Valley of the Kings
Discovered January 1906
Excavated by Edward R. Ayrton
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Tomb KV49, located in the Valley of the Kings, in Egypt is a typical Eighteenth Dynasty corridor tomb. It was probably used as a mummy-restoration area in the later New Kingdom.

The tomb was abandoned before it was completed, the work was halted as the stairwell in Chamber C was being cut.

Isometric, plan and elevation images of KV49 taken from a 3d model

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Coordinates: 25°44′27″N 32°36′8″E / 25.74083°N 32.60222°E / 25.74083; 32.60222