Deir al-Medina was inhabited by the artisans, carvers, painters, and laborers who worked on the royal tombs.

Deir al-Medina was inhabited by the laborers, craftsmen, painters, and carvers who worked on the royal tombs nearby.  Just south of the Valley of the Queens, this place is often called the Workmen's Village.  Visitors can visit tombs in remarkable condition in the necropolis above.  Open daily.

 

 

Other Worker's Village articles are at Tomb of Sennedjem and Temple of Hathor This temple is visible at the top of the above picture.