|Burial site of Bintanath|
Queen Bintanath before a god, and her daughter before the goddess Nephtys in QV71. (Drawing based on scene recorded by Lepsius).
|Location||Valley of the Queens|
|Layout||Short corridor, a hall and inner room.|
QV71 is the tomb of Bintanath, the daughter and Great Wife of Ramesses II, in Egypt's Valley of the Queens. It was mentioned by Champollion and Lepsius, and later excavated by Ernesto Schiaparelli (the director of the Egyptian Museum in Turin).
Lepsius gives a short description of this tomb. In his list this is tomb number 4. 
The main hall contains several scenes with deities. Bintanath appears before Ptah-Sokar, Hathor, a ram-headed Anubis and cow-headed Hathor. The Princess-Queen is led by Hathor to the god Shu, and in another scene by Anubis to Osiris and Hathor. 
- Lid, center-line : Words spoken by the Osiris, King's Daughter Bint-Anath, He (sic) days: "Descend, O my mother Nut, spread yourself over me, and may I be place amidst the Imperishable Stars; not shall die ,the Osiris etc.>
- Round Foot: The Osiris, Hereditary Princess, greatly favored, Chief of the Harim, King's Daughter Bint-Anath
- On Side: The Osiris, King's Wife, King's Daughter, Bint-Anath 
- Denkmaeler aus Aegypten und Aethiopien nach den Zeichnungen der von Seiner Majestät dem Koenige von Preussen, Friedrich Wilhelm IV., nach diesen Ländern gesendeten, und in den Jahren 1842–1845 ausgeführten wissenschaftlichen Expedition auf Befehl Seiner Majestät. 13 vols. Berlin: Nicolaische Buchhandlung. (Reprinted Genève: Éditions de Belles-Lettres, 1972)
- Porter, Bertha and Moss, Rosalind, Topographical Bibliography of Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphic Texts, Statues, Reliefs and Paintings Volume I: The Theban Necropolis, Part 2. Royal Tombs and Smaller Cemeteries, Griffith Institute. 1964, pg 766-7
- Kitchen, K.A., Ramesside Inscriptions, Translated & Annotated, Translations, Volume II, Blackwell Publishers, 1996