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Instance oftomb,
archaeological site
Location Luxor, Luxor Governorate, Egypt
Time of discovery or invention
  • 1903
Part of the series
  • 105.73 m
  • 407.7 m²
25° 45′ 00″ N, 32° 36′ 51.48″ E
Authority control
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KV43 (it); KV43 (fr); KV43 (eu); KV43 (ca); KV43 (pt); KV43 (sv); KV43 (vi); KV43 (nb); Graf DK 43 (nl); KV43 (es); Királyok völgye 43 (hu); เควี 43 (th); KV43 (fi); KV43 (en); مقبرة 43 (ar); KV43 (cs); KV43 (he) tomb (en); archäologische Stätte in Ägypten (de); graftombe in Luxor, Egypte (nl) مقبرة ٤٣ (ar)

KV43 is the tomb of pharaoh Thutmose IV in the Valley of the Kings in Luxor, Egypt.

Located high in the cliffs above the valley floor, it had been spared the extensive flood-water damage suffered by other tombs, and its wall decorations are consequently very well preserved. The pharaoh's outer stone sarcophagus is also still in place in the burial chamber.

KV43 was rediscovered in 1903 by Howard Carter (for Theodore M. Davis, who published an account of the discovery and excavation in 1904).


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