Located in the Valley of the Kings, Tomb of Merenptah serves as the resting place of 19th-dynasty Pharaoh Merenptah. Son of Ramses II and Queen Isis-Nofret, Merneptah was buried in a chamber originally secured by four enormous door jambs. As you walk down the 160 m (524 ft) corridor towards the famed sarcophagus--discovered by Howard Carter in 1903--notice the detailed images of Isis and Nephthys along the walls. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Tomb of Merenptah and many more Luxor attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Luxor online travel planner.
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The Tomb of Merenptah is one of the largest tombs in the valley and is on par with his father's (Ramses II) and his grandfather's (Seti I) tombs. The tombs has two descending ramps and at least four..... more »
It is probably the most difficult tomb to visit because it is very deep but it is really worth going there, especially for the magnificent tomb. But it's better to be in good shape :) more »
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