Where were kings tombs located?
technically, they don't exist because the fecal matter remains from various generations has rotted the kings remains, so therefore , they do not exist
The Valley of the Kings was the cemetery of 63 tombs. 24 of these are royal tombs and 38 were tombs of the nobles or animals. The valley holds the famous tomb of King Tutankamun (King Tut). Divided into two areas: west and the east valley. Almost all of the tombs have been raided by tomb robbers. Over 9,000 visits per day are made to the Valley of the Kings. Tuthmosis I was the first…
The workers were Egyptian laborers. They are assumed by many people to have been slaves, but this is not necessarily true. The kings for whom the tombs were constructed where pharaohs of the New Kingdom, of the 18th through 20th dynasties. There were also tombs of other powerful people of that age there. There is a link below.
The "Valley of the Kings" takes its name from the large number of Egyptian royalty interred there. Because it is a valley, it was possible to dig into the sides of the valley horizontally and laterally to build tombs. Perhaps it would be less ambiguous if we started referring to it as "the valley of THE TOMBS OF the kings.