The tomb of “Ka Hep” dates to the reign of Pepy II during the sixth Dynasty (2278-2184 BC); it is located at the southwest corner of the al-Hawawish tombs and is distinguished by its height compared to the other adjoining tombs. Additionally, it contains scenes of daily life, offerings, funerary rites, dancing, hunting and agriculture.
The tomb's facade is distinguished by inscriptions representing the titles of Ka Hep and scenes of the tomb owner next to his wife. While the southern wall is etched with a scene that shows boats carrying the funeral’s furniture. Another scene represents the owner in a fishing boat, catching two large fish, while his wife is in a squatted position holding two lotus plants. Behind them, there are five members of the family, two men and three women.