Symbolism in the art of Queen Nefertari’s Tomb, Valley of the Queens

Personal reproduction of the north-east vestibule wall of QV66 by Natalie Watson Tomb QV66 located in the Valley of the Queens is one of the largest and most lavishly decorated in Egypt’s history. It was built as the final resting place for the favourite queen of Ramesses II, Nefertari Meritenmut (“Beautiful Companion, Beloved of the … Continue reading Symbolism in the art of Queen Nefertari’s Tomb, Valley of the Queens