The longest tomb in the valley, 100m, contains very well preserved reliefs in all of its eleven
chambers and side rooms. One of the back chambers is decorated with the Ritual of the
Opening of the Mouth, which stated that the mummy's eating and drinking organs were
properly functioning. Believing in the need for these functions in the afterlife, this was a very
important ritual. The sarcophagus is now in the Sir John Soane Museum, London.