Visit the Tombs of the Nobles: Tombs of Nobles, they have been excavated on the side of the mountain in a large area extending between Valley of the Kings and Valley of the Queens. Ramose tomb belongs to the Vizier in the reigns of Amenhoteb III and Amenhoteb IV, later Akhenaton. It is of a historical important, because it is the few standing monuments in Luxor of the period of transaction from the worship of Amon Ra to that of the Aton under Ekhenaton.
The tomb gives us a unique opportunity to see the conventional Eighteenth dynasty representation a long side the realism that associated with Amarna period. Rekhmire was an ancient Egyptian noble and official of the 18th dynasty who served as "Governor of the Town" (Thebes) and Vizier during the reigns of Thutmosis III and Amenhotep II. He was the nephew of Vizier User, who took office at the time of the fifth year of Queen Hatshepsut’s reign. User's official titles included mayor of the city, vizier, and prince.
Rekhmire is noted for constructing a lavishly decorated tomb for himself in Sheikh Abd el-Qurna, part of the Theban Necropolis, containing lively, well preserved scenes of daily life during the Egyptian New Kingdom. His tomb is also important as it contains a full copy of a text detailing the duties of the office of the vizier. Tomb of Userhat, who was an Overseer of the royal harem. Userhat dates to the time of Amenhotep III from the middle of the Eighteenth dynasty of Egypt. User hat was the son of the judge Neh and his wife Senenu. Userhat's wife was named Maiay the judge Neh and his wife Senenu.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick up at the hotel.
Start/opening time: At 7am.
End/closing time: At 12pm.