Ancient Egyptian


    In this sepulchral mural Amon-Ra, the King of the Gods, sits enthroned
with a sceptre in his right hand and an ankh in his left hand, while a pharaoh,
Thutmoses III, pours a ritual libation to him. Sacred symbols surround the two
figures. The tomb of Thutmoses III in which this mural was found belongs to
the Eighteenth Dynasty in the latter half of the second millennium b.C.

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