006. Hatshepsut(?) → (name unpreserved, feminine suffix erased) on one side and Thutmose III ← on the opposite side of the bark of Amun ← (restored) standing on a socle

Bibliography:

  • Kwaśnica Andrzej, Reconstructing the Architectural Layout of the Upper Courtyard, in: Szafrański Zbigniew E. (ed.), Queen Hatshepsut and her Temple 3500 years later, Warsaw 2001, 91, fig. 3 (right), king before barque