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Address: Valley of the Nobles, Luxor, Egypt

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Lovely little tombs

The tombs of s Huron and Roy are right next to each other not pharaoh tombs but they are well worth a visit you can still see the painted walls from thousands of years ago but... read more

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Colchester, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 3 days ago NEW

The tombs of s Huron and Roy are right next to each other not pharaoh tombs but they are well worth a visit you can still see the painted walls from thousands of years ago but they look like they were just painted great places

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Reviewed 16 March 2017

Roy, Shuroy and Amenemope are right next to each other and are located not too far from the Carter house. There are some nice paintings and carvings here and there is ongoing archaeological work. We saw some mummy wrappings by the path!

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Reviewed 22 October 2016

As well as Shuroy we visited 2 other tombs, all 3 which are in the cliffs north of Deir al-Bahri, the necropolis name is Dra Abu’l Naga which has more than 100 tombs of rulers and officials. Most of these date from the 17th dynasty to the late period (c 1550–500 BC) only a few of course are open to... More 

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Reviewed 10 June 2012

A small tomb set on the west bank of luxor, the tomb of Roy is a great place to visit for people who want to experience a variety of nobles tombs. The walls and ceiling of the tomb are beautifully decorated and the colours of the paints are still vibrant. I would strongly recommend visiting this tomb to anyone.

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Reviewed 10 June 2012

This little known tomb set overlooking the mortuary temples on the west bank of luxor is well worth a visit. A small tomb composed of a single chamber, the walls are colourfully decorated with traditional funerary scenes. It is on par with the tombs situated at Deir el-Medina

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