212. Hatshepsut ← (replaced with barks of Mut and Khonsu) and Thutmose III ← behind the bark of Amun ← (restored), in front of the bark one register of jbȝ dancers → (restored), two registers of priests ← (restored) with standards, one register of royal statues ←, below the bark: priests ← (restored) carried offerings and cloth stretched on sticks, one priest → (restored) censing before the bark of Khonsu

Hatshepsut ← (replaced with barks of Mut and Khonsu) and Thutmose III ← behind the bark of Amun ← (restored), in front of the bark one register of jbȝ dancers → (restored), two registers of priests ← (restored) with standards, one register of royal statues ←, below the bark: priests ← (restored) carried offerings and cloth stretched on sticks, one priest → (restored) censing before the bark of Khonsu.

 

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Chicago Oriental Institute photos 7282, 7283, 7285

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