Sites in the Valley of the Kings. The information, images, measured drawings and related links in this section are printable records of each site and tomb component in the Valley of the Kings, authored by the Theban Mapping Project. Select sites on the map or in the pull-down menu.
The Valley of the Kings is situated over 1,000 feet of limestone and other sedimentary rock, which form the cliffs in the valley and the nearby Deir el-Bahri, interspersed with soft layers of marl.The sedimentary rock was originally deposited between 35–56 million years ago during a time when the Mediterranean Sea sometimes extended as far south as Aswan.
The Valley of the Kings has captured the imaginations of travelers for more than 100 years. Ever since Howard Carter opened up King Tut’s tomb to reveal the treasures of the child king, the world has been dazzled by the burial rites of ancient Thebes’ pharaohs.
This amazing Egypt map is unique in all the world of maps. It shows an amazing view of the Valley of the Kings, in the Theban Necropolis, near Luxor, Egypt, where dynasties of Kings were entombed.
Map Trailer. Valley of the Kings is a capture-the-flag map set in the Egyptian desert. On one side, there is a team of Archaeologists. On the other, some ancient Egyptians who don’t seem to …
The most famed collection of such elaborate tombs—the Valley of the Kings—lies on the Nile’s west bank near Luxor.
Atlas of the Valley of the Kings – Theban Mapping Project
The Valley of the Kings map is primarily focused on large scale team based combat, so we recommend playing it with a large group of players. However, while the map has mainly been designed for large scale combat, it still functions just fine with small groups of players, and this is perhaps a testament to how clever the map’s design is.
The valley is the home to household names of ancient kings and queens as it contains the remains of pharaohs like Rameses (I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, IX, X), Hatshepsut, Amenhotep I, and the famous young king Tutankhamun.