This tomb, which is situated at the southeastern corner of the Valley, at the end of a narrow pathway, belongs to another son1 o Ramses III. He too died too young to pass into the presence o gods of the underworld unaccompanied and it is Ramses " introduces him to them. The tomb was never completed and so of the undecorated white plaster coating can be seen.
|Tomb Of Khaemaust|
The long corridor (j), which is vaulted and decorated with scenes to right and left, once again shows Ramses introducing his son to demi-gods. In the rear chamber, however, Ramses III stands alone before the gods interceding for his son.
The rear wall (d) repeats the scenes of the four goddesses addressing Osiris. Selket and Nephthys to the right, Isis and Neith to the left. From a lotus flower in front of Osiris, four genii arise.