|Relief of Tutankhamen in Luxor Temple.|
Image ID : EGLU_1308p
|300 dpi print width||4.8 inches||12.1 centimetres|
|300 dpi print height||6.7 inches||16.9 centimetres|
Luxor Temple lies on the eastern bank of the Nile in Luxor (ancient Thebes), and was mostly built during the reigns of Amenhotep III and Ramesses II. Part of the temple consists of a colonnade functioning as the entrance to the Temple of Amen. The colonnade was started by Amenhotep III and completed by Tutankhamen, Horemheb, and Ay. The walls of the colonnade are decorated with religious scenes, and include this relief that depicts Tutankhamen.
Credit : Planetary Visions Limited / Kevin Tildsley.