While the tomb isn't the largest one you can see, the quality of the work is the best. Remember that these tombs were for and decorated by the artisans who worked on the royal tombs in the Valley of the Kings. Where those royal tombs had some rigid requirements for their decoration, they were more free to show more intimate and personal images in their own tombs. When you go into the tomb, you will see images that you have seen in numerous books and National Geographic shows, but you will see them in their context and how they relate to others. If this tomb is open when you visit Deir el Medina, make sure you see it.
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