|Date(s)||Lived 1173 BC to 1155 BC|
He was the son of Pharaoh Ramesses III and his second wife of his harem named Tiye. Pentawer was Involved in a scheme to overthrow his father on the throne by killing him. He was unsuccessful and as a result he was either executed or commit suicide following his failed assassination attempt.
Mummification and embaling processes were completed rapidly, without the removal of brain or viscera, and was placed in a rough ceder box.
A DNA analysis completed by Dr. Zink revealed the sharing of 50% of his genetic information with Ramesses III, including a Y chromosome, confirming the father-son relationship.