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|Burial site of Animals|
|Location||East Valley of the Kings|
|Discovery Date||January 1906|
|Excavated by||Edward R. Ayrton|
Recent (winter 2009/10) excavations in this area by an SCA team attempting to relocate tombs KV50, KV51, KV52 and KV 53 revealed 18th Dyn blue painted pottery, tools and hieratic and figured ostraca which included :
- a sketch of a seated queen presenting an offering
- depictions of sexual scenes with woman and animals
- cartouches of Rameses II.
- Egyptian Archeology (Egypt Exploration Society publication) No.37 p.26
- Theban Mapping Project: KV52 – Includes detailed maps of most of the tombs.
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