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The text discusses the tomb of Tutankhamun, also known as KV62, located in the main Wadi of Egypt's Valley of the Kings. This tomb is famous for holding treasures that were intact for over 3,000 years, including the young pharaoh's burial chamber and annex filled with over 2,000 items. It is considered one of the finest tombs in the Valley of the Kings and was initially thought to be Tutankhamun's burial place when it was first discovered in 1907. The tomb has since been opened to visitors, accessible by a small train that costs 5 Egyptian pounds. It is a rock-cut structure with a descending flight of 16 steps leading to a short tunnel and the burial chamber, which is decorated with scenes from Egyptian art. Despite being one of the smallest royal tombs, it is a great achievement of Egyptian art and holds significance for its preservation of Tutankhamun's funerary contents.

Regarding your question, here are the items that are true about KV 62:

  • The presence of hundreds of servant statues, or shabtis, indicates that the king believed that he would have servants in the afterlife.
  • The tomb is decorated throughout with scenes of the Books of the Dead and deities.
  • The objects related to funerary rituals were mostly located in the burial chamber and 'treasury'.
  • Many objects found within were used during the king's lifetime.
  • It contains four rooms.

These are the items that are true based on the information available.

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

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