Tuthmosis the Fourth died young and was buried in the Valley of the Kings. Later, the mummy was moved to the Deir el-Bahari cache with other royal mummies.
His body was rewrapped in its original bandages, with the feet broken off, but not lost. The king was balding.
This mummy was the first of that time to have pierced ears; his fingernails were manicured. The mummy's hands were crossed on his chest, in the Osirian position.