Tomb KV21 is located in the Valley of the Kings in Egypt. It contains the mummies of two women, thought to be Eighteenth Dynasty queens. In 2010, a team headed by Zahi Hawass and including geneticist Carsten Pusch among others used DNA evidence to identify one mummy as the biological mother of the two fetuses preserved in the tomb of King Tutankhamun.The tomb was discovered by Giovanni Belzoni in 1817. Belzoni described how easily the hair came out of one of the mummies when he tugged at it.The tomb has a small low chamber next to the burial chamber where large white washed jars were located.
James Burton, who mapped it in 1825, called it a "clean new tomb."
Coordinates 25°44'22.878" N 32°36'11.306" E