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The tomb of Amenophis II was used as a hiding place for the pillaged mummies of kings, royals, and
high standing persons. Considerable discussion continues as to who some of these people really were.
Images and pathological data from G. Elliot Smith, "The Royal Mummies" (Catalogue Général du Musée
du Caire (1912)) may be obtained by clicking on any bright blue underlined position below. While all
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Amenophis II Achepruraw, 1428-1397, Cairo CG61069
Amenophis III Nebmaatraw, 1388-1350, Cairo CG61074
Merenptah, 1213-1203, Cairo CG61079
The so-called "Elder Woman", Cairo CG61070 (mummy) Smith's Text scroll down page for her data
The so-called "Younger Woman", Cairo CG61072
"The mummy of the Boy in the Tomb of Amenophis II, probably the Royal Prince Ouabkhousenou" (Smith), Cairo CG61071