Based On The Information Available, The True Statements Regarding Kv62,

The tomb of Tutankhamun, or KV62, is located in the Valley of the Kings and is famous for holding intact treasures for over 3,000 years. The burial chamber is the only decorated part of the tomb and is considered one of the greatest achievements of Egyptian art. Though initially thought to be Tutankhamun's burial place, it was later discovered to be the tomb KV54. The team working on the tomb found over 2,000 items in the annex room. Despite being one of the smallest royal tombs, KV62 is well-preserved and has a train that leads to the monument area. The tomb is carved into limestone and is accessible via a descending flight of steps.

Based on available information, the following statements are true about KV62 (the tomb of Tutankhamun):

  1. The presence of hundreds of servant statues, or shabtis, indicates that the king believed that he would have servants in the afterlife.
  2. The tomb is decorated throughout with scenes of the Books of the Dead and deities.
  3. The objects which related to funerary rituals were mostly located in the burial chamber and 'treasury'.
  4. The objects found within the tomb were not only for ritual purposes.
  5. It contains four rooms.

The statement "Compared to other royal tombs, it is large in size" is not true. The tomb of Tutankhamun is relatively small compared to other royal tombs. The statement "Many objects found within were used during the king's lifetime" may not be entirely accurate, as many items were indeed of ritual and religious significance. Finally, there is some discrepancy about the statement "It was never robbed," as there is historical evidence suggesting that the tomb was entered and items were moved shortly after its sealing.

Tomb of Tutankhamun (KV 62) | Luxor, Egypt | Attractions - Lonely ...Burial Chamber of King Tutankhamun - Madain Project (en)

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