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posted on 2023-04-04, 18:19 authored by The Griffith InstituteThe Griffith Institute
Photograph: Karnak. The temple precinct of Amun, the seventh pylon. Remains of scene on the northern face of the eastern wing, Tuthmosis III smiting Asiatic captives, and name rings, with two colossal statues of Tuthmosis III, usurped by Ramesses IV.

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Karnak

Photograph description

The temple precinct of Amun, the seventh pylon. Remains of scene on the northern face of the eastern wing, Tuthmosis III smiting Asiatic captives, and name rings, with two colossal statues of Tuthmosis III, usurped by Ramesses IV.

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Date

c.1890 [Estimated date.]

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'[no signature] [no caption] [caption in pencil on back of print '242 Karnak Statues et Cartouche de Thoutmès']'

Dimensions

19.5 by 24.7 cm

Archive reference

Gr. Inst. 6303

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