The burial chamber's west wall Conservation and Management of the Tomb of Tutankhamen
 

The burial chamber's west wall shows an excerpt from the Book of Amduat, an ancient Egyptian funerary text that describes the dead pharaoh's journey by boat to the afterlife. The upper register depicts the solar bark, preceded by five deities. Below, twelve baboon-deities represent the twelve hours of the night that the sun must travel through before being reborn at dawn. Photo: Robert Jensen