KV38

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KV38
Burial site of Thutmose I
KV38 is located in Egypt
KV38
KV38
Coordinates 25°44′19.9″N 32°35′59.1″E / 25.738861°N 32.599750°E / 25.738861; 32.599750Coordinates: 25°44′19.9″N 32°35′59.1″E / 25.738861°N 32.599750°E / 25.738861; 32.599750
Location East Valley of the Kings
Discovered March 1899
Excavated by Victor Loret (1899)
Howard Carter (1919)
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KV38 is an ancient Egyptian tomb located in the Valley of the Kings in Egypt. It was used for the reburial of Pharaoh Thutmose I of the Eighteenth dynasty, and was where his body was removed to (from KV20) by Thutmose III.

Isometric, plan and elevation images of KV38 taken from a 3d model

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