This is the tomb of the super intendant of granaries under Thutmose III and Amenhotep II. The condition is poor due largely to damage from the family who lived in it for many years and also due to pillage by grave- robbers.
In the traverse first chamber (1) on the left-hand rear wall (a), African tribes bring tributes including gold, panther-skins, ivory and, among the animals, a small donkey clinging to the neck of a giraffe! On the right-hand wall (b) Asiatics bring weapons, jars, a carnage and white and brown horses.
On the right-hand side of the rear corridor (c) the deceased makes a tour of inspection of the produce of the estate. There is a scene of the hunt for wild animals in the desert, the chase of water-fowl .and the usual offering scenes, but unfortunately most of the wall is in bad condition. The funerary scenes are on the left-hand
The vaulted ceiling of the shrine is finely decorated.