However it now turns out that the tomb contained.... no one. It wasn't a tomb at all but a mummification room.
Egypt's acrchaeology chief Zahi Hawass admitted: "This is not a tomb for nobles or relatives of a king, as had been thought upon its discovery, but rather it is a room for mummification."
That's a shame, I guess there really may be little of major importance left to be found in the Valley.
[Via The Register]