and the 21st Dynasty
graffito found at the tomb records when officials of the late
20th / early 21st dynasties entered the tomb (not only to check
the state of the tomb and remove the king to a safer burial,
but also to have use of the funerary goods within):
month of akkhet-season, day 13, coming by Meniunufer [to] open
[the tomb of] Aakheperkare..."
wooden coffins of Tuthmosis I (held within the sarcophagus) were
also removed and these were found within the Royal cache of TT320. The coffins
were inscribed with the name of Pinudjem I (21st dynasty), but on closer
inspection were found to hold an 18th Dynasty mummy (this mummy
has been identified with Tuthmosis I, but this identification
does have its detractors - for more information see the Tuthmosis
I - cache page).
of the wooden coffin of Tuthmosis I usurped by Pinudjem I