> You tell us. If they aren't tombs, where
> are the bodies? Heretofore not-a-one ever found
TRAVELS IN THE VALLEY OF THE NILE by James St. John & Muhammed Ali (pasha) 1834
The whole face of the hill, from the tombs to the cultivable land, having been broken up in search of mummies, is full of deep and dangerous pitfalls. Here, where the majority of the vulgar dead seem to have been buried, fragments of bodies, unbandaged, and torn open in search of papyri, legs, arms, bones, skulls, chips of coffins, painted linen, morsels of bitumen and resin, and other funeral paraphernalia, strew the ground in all directions. It does not appear that the Arabs, as some travellers have pretended, habitually make use of the dead bodies for fuel, .........
Your question sounds pointless after 3000 yrs of greedy looters.