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Website ““ shows the results of my exploration of the tomb of Prince Khaemwaset in the Valley of the Queens between March 2004 and March 2013.

This website has no commercial purpose.

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As prescribed in the community guidelines of various photo sharing websites, I have asked the copyright holders for permission to publish their photos on my website.
Nearly 100 per cent agreed.
Four out of 394 copyright holders did not respond to three e-mails with the request to share photographs.

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As already mentioned in the disclaimer, the copyright of all images and texts on this website belongs to the copyright holders.
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The copyright of the English translations of the hieroglyphs of the texts of the gates, depicted on wall 21 and on wall 22 in the burial chamber of Prince Khaemwaset’s grave, is owned by Egyptologist Huub Pragt.
Copying or using these English translations in any medium is only allowed by prior permission from him.
You can contact Huub Pragt through his website

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The image(s) will be promptly removed.

Thick glass panels have been installed in the tomb in order to protect the wall paintings. The wall paintings in the tomb are lighted by means of neon tubes placed between the glass panels and the paintings.
During my exploration of the tomb, I noticed that the glass panels were often not cleaned properly.
This made it difficult to clearly see the details of the wall paintings.
The dirty glass panels and the neon lighting in the tomb cause reflections and superpositions on photos of the wall paintings, even when using professional photography equipment.
It was therefore necessary to edit the photographs in order to remove these distracting elements.
The aim of the editing process was always to display the original wall paintings as accurately as possible.

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