Dr Hawass has announced that an SCA mission under his leadership has found three new tombs at Dra Abu el-Naga on the West Bank of the Nile near Luxor. Two undecorated tombs have not been opened, but they have opened one shaft tomb:
They are not linked in the main article, but there is also a photo of the top of the shaft and an interior photo showing a conservator working on the ceiling of the tomb which has a small patch of decoration. Remains of two mummies have been found but are too fragmentary to be identified.
Dr. Hawass stated that the newly discovered tomb belongs to the Supervisor of Hunters, Amun-em-Opet, and that it dates to shortly before the reign of King Akhenaten (1372-1355 BC).
The team has also found funerary tomb seals for Amenhotep-Ben-Nefer, the Supervisor of the Cattle of Amun.