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|Burial site of Khaemwaset
(Ramesses III's son)
QV44 during discovery in 1903
|Location||Valley of the Queens|
QV44 is one of several tombs located in the Valley of the Queens intended for the use of Ramesses III's sons. The painted reliefs decorating Khaemwaset E's tomb illustrate his ritual and symbolic journey in the Afterlife as he meets the main gods of that region as well as the genies who guard the gates of the kingdom of Osiris.
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