214. Hatshepsut ← and Thutmose III ← in front of an offering table before the bark of Amun →, below the bark torches in baskets, fecundity figures ← holding torches and standards →

Hatshepsut ← (replaced with an offering table) and Thutmose III ← in front of an offering table before the bark of Amun → (restored) standing on a socle, below the bark torches in baskets, fecundity figures ← (restored) holding torches and standards → (restored)

Bibliography:

  • Karkowski Janusz, Notes on the Beautiful Feast of the Valley as represented in Hatshepsut’s Temple, in: 50 Years of Polish Excavations in Egypt and the Near East, Warsaw 1992, 161, fig. 4, torches in baskets and fecundity figures holding torches
  • Pawlicki Franciszek, Skarby architektury starożytnego Egiptu: Królewskie świątynie w Deir el-Bahari, Warszawa 2000, 88, fig. 80