TOMBS OF THE CRAFTSMEN - DEIR EL MEDINEH
During close to five centuries, the village of Deir el-Medineh sheltered the community of the craftsmen working at the royal and princes tombs, essentially during the Ramesside period.
We have dedicated a general article on the cemetery of the village in which are exposed ideas which will not be repeated with each individual tomb, but which are necessary for their understanding:
THE TOMBS OF DEIR EL-MEDINEH
AMENEMHAT TT340
The tomb of Amenemhat could be not only the most ancient tomb decorated on the site of Deir el-Medina, but actually one of the most ancient tombs decorated from the whole necropolis of the New Kingdom at Thebes.
INERKHAU TT359 AND
TT299

Inerkhau had two tombs at Deir el-Medineh. The best known is TT359 which still contains scenes in their original sensational colors. This tomb was integrated into a vast family group. His other tomb, TT299, is completely inaccessible.
THE SCRIBE RAMOSE & HIS THREE TOMBS : TT7 - TT212 - TT250
Ramose was an outstanding character, one of the best-known of Deir el-Medineh. He left more than a hundred monuments, he is present in the tombs of at least four other people and succeeded in creating three burial complexes.
NAKHTAMON TT335
A very nice example of the "monochrome" style of Deir el-Medineh. The lower vault consists of three chambers. Its state of preservation is remarkable. The burial chamber, almost intact, is one of the jewels of the necropolis.
NEFERHOTEP AND
NEBNEFER TT6

The chapel was badly damaged but still has interesting conserved areas. This family tomb, TT6, adjoins that of Nebnefer's son, TT216, also called Neferhotep, the largest and best located tombs at Deir el-Medina.
NEFERHOTEP TT216
Neferhotep (II) was the son of Nebnefer and grandson of Neferhotep (I), the occupants of the TT6. TT216 is the largest and best located of the tombs at Deir el-Medina, reflecting the considerable influence of the character. The chapel was largely destroyed, so it was decided to show the photographs in a slideshow.
PASHED TT3
The vault of Pashed is very well-preserved, and possess very rich decoration. It summarises the awaited future of eternity even in this triumphant 19th Dynasty. One finds in this craftsman's tomb a veritable small theological treatise.
SENNEDJEM TT1
The tomb of Sennedjem is the most reproduced of the works of art of all Egyptian tombs. It doesn't only result from the incredible freshness of its colours, but also from the theological interest of the evocative scenes.