Enthroned Hatshepsut in a shrine and Hathor-cow licking hand of Hatshepsut

Jadwiga Iwaszczuk
December 14, 2018
Title of the scene: [...] nsb.t ḫʿw nṯr [...]
Hatshepsut (replaced with Thutmose II)
Position of the recipient(s): turned left, enthroned with the right hand extended forward with fingers downwards and the left hand holding an ankh-sign and heka-sceptre
Costume of the officiant(s):
crown with two straight ostrich feathers on the ram's horns and sun disk in the middle, jbs-headdress, ribbon, wesekh-collar, sendyt-kilt, belt, bull's tail
Requisites of the recipient(s): ankh-sign and heka-sceptre in the left hand
no attributes
turned right, standing and licking the king's right hand
Costume of the officiant(s): crown with two ostrich feathers and sun disk between cow's horns, menat-necklace
no requisites
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