located on the west bank at Luxor, houses 78 tombs of the Queens of the 18th, 19th, and 20th dynasties. The most famous tomb among them is the tomb of Queen Nefertari’s wife of King Ramsses II.
These tombs include The Tomb of Khaemwese (Tomb 44): Scenes in Khaemwese’s tomb show him being presented to the guardians of the gates to the afterlife along with his father. He is making an offering in the scene and is dressed in a robe, wearing a necklace and the sidelocks of youth.
The Tomb of Queen Titi (Tomb 52): She is probably the queen of a 20th Dynasty. She is depicted with the sidelocks common to the Egyptian young of the period and in the presence of the gods Thoth, Atum, Isis, and Nephthys. In the next chamber the queen is shown making offerings to Hathor the cow, and in the last chamber the gods Neith, Osiris, Selquit, Nephthys and Thoth.
The Tomb of Amenhikhopeshef (Tomb 55): Amenhikhopeshef was a son of Ramesses III and scenes show him with his father and the gods Thoth, Ptah and others. He was probably about nine years old when he died. Scenes show him being presented to various gods, including Anubis, the Jackal-headed god of the dead, by his father, Ramesses III. A premature baby was also found in the tomb. This belonged to this mother, who aborted upon learning of Amenhikhopeshef’s death.