Valley of the Kings - KV14
tomb of Taweseret & Setnakht - XIXth Dynasty
of the tomb was started in year 2 of Seti II rule. It became burial
place of Taweseret,
also mummy of pharaoh Seti II was moved
there from KV15 tomb. After the tomb had been adopted by Setnakht, mummy
of Seti II returned to its previous tomb.
Mummy of the queen
got to the KV35 tomb-cache at the time of the
general replacement of royal mummies.
The tomb has lain open since antiquity. In completing the tomb Setnakht
excavated one of the largest tombs (over 112 m) in the valley. The
sarcophagus of Setnakht was smashed in antiquity. The lid is closely
similiar to that of Siptah, with the figure of the king flanked to left
and right by images of Isis and Nephtys.
Mummy of king was found among the
royal mummies in tomb-cache KV35.
A - entrance
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