031. Procession of barks → : two accompanying barks, royal bark and Userhat (restored)

Archive drawings:

Musées d’Art et d’Histoire de la Ville de Genève A 2006-0030-006-1, A 2006-0030-006-2.


  • Niewalda Waldemar, A Theoretical Reconstruction and a Modular Study of the East Wall of the Upper Court of Hatshepsut’s Temple at Deir el-Bahari, in: The Temple of Queen Hatshepsut. Results of the Investigations and Conservations Works of the Polish-Egyptian Archaeological and Preservation Mission Deir el-Bahari 1, Warsaw 1979, pls 7 (Userhat), 8 (accompanying barque)