|Theban tomb Sheikh Abd el-Qurna cache|
|Burial site of Royal Cache|
|Location||Sheikh Abd el-Qurna, Theban Necropolis|
|Excavated by||Alexander Henry Rhind|
The Sheikh Abd el-Qurna cache was discovered in 1857 by Alexander Henry Rhind. The tomb is located at the foothills of Sheikh Abd el-Qurna, near TT131. It had been sealed with a wall carrying the seal of Pharaoh Amenhotep III. The tomb contained bones, bandages and several disturbed mummies. It also contained several wooden labels with inscriptions mentioning several royal women.
The label for Princess Nebetia has an inscription mentioning year 27. This is thought to refer to year 27 of Psusennes I during which the princesses may have been reburied.
|Nebetia||King's daughter||Daughter of the King's Son Si-Atum|
|Tiaa||King's Daughter of Menkheperure (Tuthmosis IV) of the House of the Royal Children||Daughter of Tuthmosis IV|
|Tatau (Tawy?)||King's Daughter of the House of the King's Children||The beginning of the name is damaged.|
|Py-ihia||King's Daughter of Menkheperure (Tuthmosis IV)||Two labels refer to this daughter of Tuthmosis IV|
|Pypuy-Tasherit||King's daughter||Said to be daughter of Iuy; Three labels; only one of the labels mentions Iuy|
|Henut-iunu||King's daughter||Two labels were found.|
|Amenemopet||King's Daughter||Probably a daughter of Tuthmosis IV|