Posted by Kate Phizackerley on Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Richard Sellicks has published a great set of pictures of tomb KV35 in the Valley of the Kings.  You will find them on Jane Akshar's site.


Troy said...

These are awesome!!! There's even a pic of gate Ea...the chamber at the bottom of the well shaft!!!! I have never seen any pics of well shaft chambers before...not even TMP has pics of those! If any knows of pics of the inside of any of the three well shaft chambers, please let me know! I'm working on a comparative study of side chamber in royal KV tombs and they are the least photographed parts of the tomb (just try and find pics of, say, Jc in KV17, or Jaa in KV57, or ANY side chamber in KV7). Thank you so much for posting these!
- Troy Wayne, Houston

Marianne Luban said...

Yes, it has been hard to find a thorough pictorial view of KV35. Very good. How neat that tomb looks now and what a mess it was when Victor Loret went in there decades ago. The pile of stones you see in a corner now is the remains of the ashlar wall that had sealed off the side chamber where lay those three famous, half-naked mummies. Actually, it had been taken down and replaced a couple of times, probably subjecting those defunct royals to plenty of dust in the process. I'm glad they're no longer in the tomb but, on the other hand, they survived there pretty well for a very long time.

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