Door lintel from Satet temple
Architectural element, door lintel
Sandstone lintel carved in raised relief with the prenomen of Thutmose III in the middle and two scenes on two sides separated from the cartouche by Wadjet (on the right) and Nekhbet (on the left, recarved) sitting on nb-signs. The scenes are parallel and represent Satet sitting on the throne and giving the ʿnḫ-sing to the nomen of Thutmose III. In the scene on the right, the figure of the king is not preserved. In the upper part, the tips of the feathers of the winged sun-disk can be seen.
- Habachi Labib, Two Graffiti at Sehēl from the Reign of Queen Hatshepsut, in: Journal of Near Eastern Studies 16.2, 1957, 88, pl. XVIA$
- Valbelle Dominique, Satis et Anoukis, Mainz am Rhein 1981, 14