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Burial site of Amenemopet called Pairy
KV48 is located in Egypt
Coordinates25°44′23.2″N 32°36′1.3″E / 25.739778°N 32.600361°E / 25.739778; 32.600361Coordinates: 25°44′23.2″N 32°36′1.3″E / 25.739778°N 32.600361°E / 25.739778; 32.600361
LocationEast Valley of the Kings
DiscoveredJanuary 1906
Excavated byEdward R. Ayrton
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Tomb KV48 is an ancient Egyptian tomb located in the Valley of the Kings in Egypt. It contained the burial of the noble Amenemopet called Pairy.

The tomb lay near KV35, the tomb of Amenhotep II, and was entered by a shaft that leads to a small chamber containing a destroyed burial of the eighteenth dynasty; the floor was covered in limestone chips and broken objects which included a mud seal from a papyrus and shattered coffin fragments.

The unwrapped and broken mummy of the owner of the tomb was found with three inscribed mud bricks and a number of ushabti giving the name of the tomb owner as Amenemopet.

Isometric, plan and elevation images of KV48 taken from a 3d model

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