Seti II's tomb is adjacent to that of his wife, Twosret. His
tomb is much simpler in design. An entranceway leads to three
successive corridors then a well room then the four-pillared
burial chamber. This has a central descend to another unfinished
corridor which was probably changed to be a burial at the time
of the king's death. It is not sure whether Seti II was actually
buried here or in his wife's tomb because much of the reliefs
This tomb had been open since antiquity and this is why Greek
and Latin graffiti can be seen. Reliefs here are either sunken
or raised but are not always painted. Parts of the tomb are
decorated by paintings and sketches only, which indicate the
tomb was probably finished hastily.
A restored sarcophagus
lid can be seen in the tomb as well as a mummy of unknown adult
in the burial chamber.