Secrets of Nefertari tomb



Nefertari Tomb, the date on which the most precious ancient Egyptian tombs were founded in the Queens' Luxor Valley, Ancient Egypt. Secrets you have not known before concerning the grave of King Nefertari, Ramses II's wife, and the precious information it contains concerning the Pharaoh civilization.


tomb of Nefertari

The history of the establishment of the most beautiful ancient Egyptian tombs in the Luxor Valley of the Queens, Ancient Egypt

Nefertari Tomb, the date on which the most precious ancient Egyptian tombs were founded in the Queens' Luxor Valley, Ancient Egypt. Secrets you have not known before concerning the grave of Queen Nefertari, Ramses II's wife, and the precious information it contains concerning the Pharaoh civilization.

Valley of the Kings in Luxor

Valley of the Kings in Luxor

 

In terms of pharaonic gravures and drawings, the tomb of the Pharaonic Queen Nefertari is considered one of the most beautiful graves, while King Ramses II's wife Nefertari is, in Abu Simbel Temple, a queen's statue beside the king.

Nefertari Facts: Queen Nefertari's tomb was found in 1904. In 1904.

Following the restructuring and disposal of salt deposits on the cemetery walls in the early 1990s, the cemetery was officially opened.

The cemetery is now fully restored by the Egyptian Government and open for visits.

The cemetery has suffered a great deal of damage, particularly in the tomb with time, climate conditions, and erosion.

The tombs in the Queens Valley are regarded as one of the most beautiful.

Discover the tomb of Queen Nefertari

Italian archaeologist Ernesto Schiaparelli in 1904 AD.

Inside Map of the grave of Nefertari:

The journey can be started by a sloping escalator at the cemetery, which leads you to a hall with an arched cornice on two sides. On the right-hand side, there is also a painting of Queen Nefertari adoring Osiris and Anois, as well as gravures by four Horus children. On the left of the hall, you will find the Queen's companion.

The four Horus children will be drawn above the door directing you to the second corridor. On the right of the door, besides Proles, we find the deity Nate receiving Queen Nefertari, and drawings of the gods on the other side of the frame.

Nefertari tomb discovery

First room: When you leave the first room, you will find salami everywhere with unique drawings and engravings. At the bar, you'll see Queen Nefertari's drawings as she offers her goddess Isis and Naphty a cup of wine and another cup of milk. And other Queen Nefertari drawings offer Hathor and sitting a cup of wine. At the end of the drawing, Maat walked behind her and sits behind her.

In addition to the wide pot to add the sarcophagus of the Royal Throne via the staircase, the burial room contains an inscription in the pharaonic way of the Book of Gates.

On the sides of the room, you can see four columns in two lines, inscribing Queen Nefertari with the ancient Egyptian gods and beliefs. The burial room includes 3 additional rooms.

After finishing your journey, we are entering the burial room at the Queen Nefertari tomb, where you'll find four columns of square size in the middle of a large gap, where you'll find two chambers, one on the right and the other on the left.

In addition to the wide pot to add the sarcophagus of the Royal Throne via the staircase, the burial room contains an inscription in the pharaonic way of the Book of Gates.

On the sides of the room, you can see four columns in two lines, inscribing Queen Nefertari with the ancient Egyptian gods and beliefs. The burial room includes 3 additional rooms.

After finishing your journey, we are entering the burial room at the Queen Nefertari tomb, where you'll find four columns of square size in the middle of a large gap, where you'll find two chambers, one on the right and the other on the left.

The importance of Queen Nefertari to King Ramses II

The importance of Queen Nefertari, the most loved wife of King Ramses II, as he used to call him to love expressions such as that she was the person for whom the sun rises.

He built the temple of Hathor for Queen Nefertari to be worshiped as a god.

He built wall paintings in the Valley of the Queens.

He built statues of the queen in the small and large Abu Simbel temple in appreciation of her.

Dates of the visit to Queen Nefertari's tomb:

Sunday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Monday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Tuesday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Wednesday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Thursday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

 

Prices for entry tickets to the tomb of Queen Nefertari:

The price of a foreign tourist's entry ticket = is 1,400 Egyptian pounds.

The price of the foreign student's entry ticket = is 1400 Egyptian pounds.

The price of the entry ticket for the Egyptians = is 600 Egyptian pounds.

The price of the entry ticket for the Egyptian student = is 300 Egyptian pounds.

 

The wonders didn't stop there we also have the great tomb of Tutankhamun, the mummy of Tutankhamun was spoiled by Dr. Douglas Derry, "Doctor the Butcher", and Derry participated with Carter in smashing, cutting, and amputating parts of the mummy to separate them from coffins and linen rolls, and they cut the mummy into more than 15 separate pieces, indicating that Derry used knives that were heated To separate the mummy's head from the funerary golden mask, that all happened when it discovered.

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