Tomb KV5 is a subterranean, rock-cut tomb in the Valley of the Kings.
It belonged to the sons of Ramesses II. Though KV5 was partially excavated as early as 1825, its true extent was discovered in 1995 by Kent R. Weeks and his exploration team. The tomb is now known to be the largest in the Valley of the Kings. Weeks' discovery is widely considered the most dramatic in the valley since the discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamun in 1922.
Address (Unnamed Road), Egypt
Coordinates 25°44'26.509" N 32°36'7.518" E