LINTEL KING AMENHOTEP II - BRITISH MUSEUM 2020Your model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
Two symmetrical scenes showed the king presenting pots of water or wine to Amun-Ra, “King of the Gods”. Half a century later, during the Amarna Period, King Akhenaten had the figures and name of the god erased. The damage was later repaired on the orders of King Seti I of the 19th Dynasty. The affected areas, if not the entire decoration, were re-carved (with changes) on a slightly deeper surface. The restoration is mentioned in the hieroglyphic columns between the deity’s seated figures. 18th Dynasty, reign of Amenhotep II, circa 1427-1400 BCE. From Bubastis (Tell Basta), reused in the temple of Bastet, Egypt. (The British Museum, London).
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