This tomb is located at the southernmost end of the western slope of the mountain. It lies at a height of 196.5 meters. The tomb is dated to the beginning or middle of King Pepi II’s reign (2278-2184 B.C).
Nehwet Desher, also called Meri, held many titles such as, ‘Overseer of Priests', ‘Privy to the secret of the god's treasure', ‘Great Overlord of the Province', a’Attendant of Min’, ‘Sole companion’, and ‘Treasurer of the king of Lower Egypt’. His wife Isi also held the titles of ‘A cquaintance of the King', 'Priestess of Hathor, lady of the sycamores'.
Shepsipumin was his eldest son and it was recorded that he was the one who decorated the tomb himself.