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The other tomb has a 6-meter burial shaft "leading to four side chambers," which contained artifacts including fragments of wooden coffins.
The wall inscriptions and paintings are believed to belong to an era between the reigns of King Amenhotep II and King Thutmose IV, both pharaohs of the 18th dynasty.
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