The tomb was cut by queen Twosret (or Tausert), wife of Seti
II, who later became a Pharaoh and a sole ruler of Egypt. Her
tomb was usurped by Setnakht (or Sethnakht), founder of the
The tomb consists of series of corridors that lead to a burial
chamber with its central floor sunken in ground and a vault
ceiling. The center is flanked by four columns on each side.
The burial chamber has four side rooms.
Another series of corridors lead to a similar-but-bigger
burial chamber with the granite sarcophagus
of Setnakht in the sunken floor.
Like other tombs this one is decorated with extracts from
the Book of the Dead.
Twosret's name was removed and altered in the tomb to bear
the name of the usurper, Setnakht. Decorations are either
in a form of sunken reliefs or just black sketches.