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Tomb of Tetiankh and Hesy [40]
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The tomb lies in the fourth east-west street, immediately to the west of that of Mehi [26] and opposite that of Tjetji [42]. Constructed of mud-brick, the tomb contains five rooms, or more probably four rooms and an open court, and two false doors each in a separate room. Nine shafts are cut into the floor of the different rooms; the main shaft of which (shaft IX) has not been cleared.