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WHA_267JN

Statue of king Amenhotep III. 18th Dynasty, about 1400 BC from Thebes The king is represented in classic pose and dress. Seated on a throne with both hands flat on the knees, her wears a nemes-headcloth, false beard and short kilt, which fitted with a ceremonial bull's tail, shown between the leg. The king's names are inscribed on the front and back of the throne and on the belt of the kilt.

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World History Archive
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Statue of king Amenhotep III. 18th Dynasty, about 1400 BC from Thebes The king is represented in classic pose and dress. Seated on a throne with both hands flat on the knees, her wears a nemes-headcloth, false beard and short kilt, which fitted with a ceremonial bull's tail, shown between the leg. The king's names are inscribed on the front and back of the throne and on the belt of the kilt.