Gazelle in Ankhhors tomb at Luxor. This gazelle, wearing a lotus flower around its neck, is part of the reliefs that adorn the Sun court of the tomb of Ankhhor. He was a high official during the reign of Psammetichus II and Apries (Dynasty 26). His tomb (TT 414) can be found in the Asasif Necropolis on the Westbank at Luxor. Photo: Paul Smith and Mick Palarczyk
Temple of Khonsu Karnak ("Ipet-Sut" - the most select of places), Egypt. / A double representation of Khonsu - falcon-headed, wearing the Lunar Crown with the Crescent and holding the Ankh and the Uas-scepter - flanked by the Two Goddesses (Nekhbet at left and Uadjet at right) in their form of winged Uraei.
Relief of the dual God Hapi in the Luxor Temple. On the left is Hapi of Upper Egypt with the Lotus on his head, on the right Hapi of Lower Egypt with the Papyrus on his head. On the left face of the column is Seshat, the Goddess of Astronomy.
[EGYPT 29402] 'Flutist in Kheruef's tomb at Luxor.' This relief detail in the tomb of Kheruef shows a flutist who performs on the occasion of the First Jubilee (heb sed) festival of Amenhotep III, whose cartouche can be seen at the top of the picture. Kheruef was steward of Queen Tiy, the wife of Amenhotep III, and played an important role during festivals. His (unfinished) tomb (TT 192) can be found in the Asasif Necropolis on the Westbank at Luxor. It is one of the socalled "Tombs of the…