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Principle Burials

Queen's Valley - The Valleys - The Places

The Burial List of the Principle Burials in the Valley of the Queens

17th Dynasty
QV47   Princess Ahmose of Pharaoh Tao II “the Brave” and Queen Sitdjehuti

 

18th Dynasty
QV1 to QV7     Unknown Occupants
QV8     Prince Hori and an unnamed Princess
QV9 to QV10   Unknown Occupants
QV11   Unknown Occupant    it was expanded during the 3rd Intermediate Period
QV12   Unknown Occupant    contained a Golden Cap Scepter with Cartouche of Pharaoh Thutmoses II
QV13 to QV16    Unknown Occupants
QV17   Princess Merytre and Princess Wermeryotes
QV18 to QV23    Unknown Occupants
QV25 to QV29    Unknown Occupants
QV30   Nebiri, Head of the Stables for Pharaoh Thutmoses III
QV32   Unknown Occupant
QV35   Unknown Occupant
QV37   Unknown Occupant
QV39   Unknown Occupant
QV46   Vizier Imhotep for Pharaoh Thutmoses I
QV48   Unknown Occupant
QV67   Unknown Occupant
QV69   Unknown Occupant
QV70   Nehesy, no further information is known
QV72   Princess Neferhat and Prince Baki, King’s Daughter and King’s Son
QV76   Princess Merytre, King’s Daughter
QV77 to QV79    Unknown Occupant
QV81   Heka, name was only partially found intact and nothing more is known about the occupant
QV82   Prince Minemhat and Prince Amenhotep
QV83   Unknown Occupant
QV87   Unknown Occupant
QV88   Prince Ahmose, King’s Son. Mummy was of an infant
QV89 to QV94    Unknown Occupant

Tomb Map

19th Dynasty
QV31   Queen “unknown” of Pharaoh Seti I
QV33   Princess or Queen Tanedjemet of Pharaoh Seti I
QV34   Princess or Queen “unknown” of Pharaoh Seti I
QV36   Princess or Queen “unknown” of Pharaoh Seti I
QV38   Queen Tia-Sitre of Pharaoh Ramses I: Great Royal Wife, God’s Wife, Lady of the Two Lands, Mistress of Upper and Lower Egypt: Mother of Pharaoh Seti I
QV40   Princess or Queen “unknown” of Pharaoh Seti I
QV49   Unknown Occupant
QV56 & QV57     Unfinished Tomb
QV58    Queen “unknown” of Pharaoh Ramses II
QV59    Unknown Occupant
QV60    Princess and Queen Nebettawy, Daughter of Pharaoh Ramses II and Great Royal Wife Nefertari: King’s Daughter of his Body, King’s Great Wife, Lady of the Two Lands, Mistress of Upper and Lower Egypt: She, with her sisters, took her Mother’s place as Great Royal Wife after she died.
QV61 to QV65  Unknown Occupant
QV66    Queen Nefertari, Wife of Pharaoh Ramses II: King’s Great Royal Wife, Lady of the Two Lands, Mistress of Upper and Lower Egypt
QV68    Queen Merytamun, Daughter of Pharaoh Ramses II and Great Royal Wife Nefertari: King’s Daughter of his Body, King’s Great Wife, Lady of the Two Lands, Mistress of Upper and Lower Egypt: She, with her sisters, took her Mother’s place as Great Royal Wife after she died.
QV71    Queen Bintanath, Daughter of Pharaoh Ramses II and Queen Isetnofret: King’s Daughter of his Body, King’s Great Wife, Lady of the Two Lands, Mistress of Upper and Lower Egypt: She, with her sisters, took her Mother’s place as Great Royal Wife after she died.
QV73    Queen Henuttawy, Daughter of Pharaoh Ramses II and Great Royal Wife Nefertari: King’s Daughter of his Body, King’s Great Wife, Lady of the Two Lands, Mistress of Upper and Lower Egypt: She, with her sisters, took her Mother’s place as Great Royal Wife after she died.
QV75    Queen Henutmire, Daughter of Pharaoh Seti I and King’s Wife for Pharaoh Ramses II, her brother
QV80    Queen Muttuy, known as “Tuy”, Great Royal Wife of Pharaoh Seti I and mother of Pharaoh Ramses II

 

20th Dynasty
QV24   Unknown Occupant
QV41   Unfinished Tomb        Layout is similar to the Tombs from Pharaoh Ramses III’s time
QV42   Prince Prehirwenemef, son of Pharaoh Ramses III: First King’s Son, Charioteer of the Stables of the Great House. He predeceased his father
QV43   Prince Setherkhopshef, son of Pharaoh Ramses III: King’s Son, Hereditary Prince of the Royal Children, Charioteer of the Great Stable. The Tomb was never used by the Prince, as he survived his father and went on to reign as Pharaoh Ramses VIII
QV44   Prince Khaemwaset, son of Pharaoh Ramses III” First King’s Son, Sem Priest of God Ptah: Buried in the Tomb in the Reign of Pharaoh Ramses IV
QV45   Unfinished Tomb        Layout is similar to the Tombs from Pharaoh Ramses III’s time
QV50   Unknown Occupant
QV51   Queen Iset Tahemdjert, wife of Pharaoh Ramses III and mother of Ramses VI
QV52   Queen Tyti, wife of Pharaoh Ramses III and daughter of Setnakhte
QV53   Prince Ramses Meryamen, son of Pharaoh Ramses III: Tomb was unused as he later becomes Pharaoh Ramses IV and is buried in the Valley of the Kings
QV54   Unfinished Tomb
QV55   Prince Amunhirkhepshef, Eldest King’s Son of Pharaoh Ramses III. Appears to have died when he was fairly young.
QV74   Queen Tentopet, daughter of Pharaoh Ramses III, wife of Pharaoh Ramses IV and mother of Pharaoh Ramses V: Great King’s Mother and Great Royal Wife
QV84 to QV86     Unfinished Tomb
QV95   Unfinished Tomb

Other Burials that may be in the Valley of the Queens

18th Dynasty:

  • Queen Henut
  • Prince Menkheperre Son of Pharaoh Thutmoses III and Queen Merytre Hatshepsut
  • Royal Wife Nebetnehat Unknown: Canopic Jar Fragments Found
  • Princess Ti Unknown: Canopic Jar Fragments Found

 

19th Dynasty:

  • Queen Isetnofret             Royal Wife of Pharaoh Ramses II
  • Queen Ma’athorneferure Royal Wife of Pharaoh Ramses II, daughter of Hittite King, Hattusilis
  • Prince Meryatum Son of Pharaoh Ramses II and Queen Nefertari; King’s Son of His Body and High Priest of God Ra in Heliopolis