Tomb of prince Ameb Khopshef The son of King Ramses III, this prince died young, as the scenes show him with a hair on the side, an indication of his youth, but despite his young age, he bears the traditional title of son of the king.
In the scene he is depicted with long ostrich feathers
It is noteworthy that King Ramses III. was offering his son, Prince Amin Habashef, to various gods and goddesses, but
He himself performed religious rituals, which was probably due to the young age of the prince.
The tomb consists of an entrance that leads to a descending staircase that leads to a main chamber with a second side chamber
The long hall ends with a burial chamber. It should be noted that the side room and sacrament room are not yet complete.
The first main hall is noted for the beautiful view depicting the prince and his father, King Ramses III, offering his son to the gods and goddess Isis, and behind him the god Toti and then the king, while he releases incense and with the prince before him the god Ptah, photographer in the cabin
The king then introduced the prince to Petah Tatenen, Duamotev and Amsti
Then the goddess Isis
Then we go back to the entrance and follow the view to the right go inside
So we see the king hugging a goddess who could be Nephthys, then the king offering his son to the god Shu and the god Keb Sinav, and then Habibi
Finally, we see Hathor presiding over both King Ramses III and Prince Amin Habshef. In the thickness of the entrance to the long hall we see two views of Isis and Nephthys. Scenes and texts from the Book of the Gates were inscribed on the walls of this hall. Finally we arrived at the sarcophagus room which had no inscriptions and had a red granite sarcophagus.