Tomb KV43 is the tomb of Pharaoh Thutmose IV in the Valley of the Kings in Luxor, Egypt. It has a dog-leg shape, typical of the layout of early 18th Dynasty tombs. KV43 was rediscovered in 1903 by Howard Carter (for Theodore M. Davis).
|Burial site of Thutmose IV|
|Location||East Valley of the Kings|
|Excavated by||Howard Carter|
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.
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- Theban Mapping Project: KV43 - Includes detailed maps of the tomb.