|Head of Queen Hatshepsut as Pharaoh|
Dynasty 18, c. 1490-1470 BCE
|Queen Hatshepsut as Sphinx|
c. 1490-1470 BCE
|Senmut and Neferure|
Dynasty 18, c. 1490-1470
In this "block statue" Senmut, a high official in Hatshepsut's court with more than 80 titles to his credit, presumably holds in his "lap" the young princess, the child of Hatshepsut and Tuthmosis II.
|Left: Tuthmosis III offering Nu-jars
Dynasty 18, c. 1490-1439 BCE
Right: Tuthmosis IV and his Mother Ti
|Amenhotep son of Hapu as an Aged Man|
Dynasty 18, reign of Amenophis III (c. 1403-1365)
The inscription explains that the subject of this work had reached age 80 when it was executed.
|Colossal statue of Amenophis III and his Wife Ti|
Dynasty 18, c. 1403-1365
The three daughters are also represented, although the two at either side are badly damaged.
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