Tomb of Seti I – High-resolution viewers

These high-resolution viewers allow the carved and painted surfaces of the tomb of Seti I to be explored and examined in minute detail.

You can travel high up the walls of the vaulted sarcophagus room, zoom in on fragments from museums in Paris, Berlin, or Florence, and inspect the 19th-century graffiti on the ceiling of Room I (called by Belzoni “the Chamber of Beauties”). Many viewers contain more than one dataset for a single wall – colour, 3D relief, photographs by Harry Burton or watercolours by Alessandro Ricci; the “synchronised views” tool allows for the comparison of two different datasets on a split screen.

3D Virtual Tour

Tomb Entrance

Room F

Room Fa

Corridor G

Room I

Room J

Room Je

Room K