Deir el-Bahari, Lower Right PorticoYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
Damaged reliefs in the lower right portico of the Temple of Hatshehp at Deir el-Bahari, Luxor Egypt. These relief carvings are on the right (northern) wall in the northern, lower portico area of the temple and show deliberate destrution which took place during the reign of Thutmose. The names and figures of Hatshepsut have been chiseled off the walls, while those of Thutmose III are preservered and untouched.
Created from 200 photos (Canon EOS Rebel T5i, 18MP) using Metashape Professional 1.6.1. It was photographed in January 2020. Model is scaled 1:1 with units in meters.