055. Offerings before Amun ← (restored, name unpreserved) sitting on a throne
The scene represents Hatshepsut changed to an offering table accompanied by procession of souls of Pe and Nekhen → (restored) with offerings and with Iun-mutef → (restored) standing behind them. Behind Iunmutef two kneeling statues in two registers are represented. In a lower register a statue of Hatshepsut → (replaced with Thutmose II) kneeling on a mat with nw-vases is shown, behind her Neferu-Ra → (name, titulary, headdress and atributes are changed to these of queen Ah-mes). In an upper register a statue of Hatshepsut → (replaced with Thutmose II) kneeling on a mat with an incense and nmst vase, and behind her a completely erased figure are carved. The back part of the scene is filled with an inscription. The described above procession directs to Amun ← (restored, name unpreserved) sitting on a throne.
- Budzanowski Mikołaj, Nisze kultowe na Górnym Tarasie świątyni Hatszepsut w Deir el-Bahari. Aspekty kultu królewskiego w Świątyni Milionów Lat Ḏsr-ḏsrw w okresie panowania królowej Hatszepsut, unpublished PhD thesis, Jagiellonian University, Kraków 2004, 262 (statues of Hatshepsut in two registers)
- Pawlicki Franciszek, Skarby architektury starożytnego Egiptu: Królewskie świątynie w Deir el-Bahari, Warszawa 2000, 92, fig. 86 (Hatshepsut changed to an offering table before Amun)