Apparently, King Ramesses V died in his early thirties and this is perhaps the reason for the appropriation of his tomb by his successor, Ramesses VI. Nevertheless, the mummy later found its way to the Royal Cachette (DB320) at Deir el-Bahari. The king’s face was painted in red and his nostrils were filled with wax. The mummy shows evidence of smallpox; the neck, chest and face were covered with raised nodules. The whole mummy was filled with sawdust, including part of his internal organs.
New Kingdom, 20th Dynasty, reign of Ramesses V, ca. 1149-1145 BC. Now in the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization (NMEC), Cairo. JE 34566