Ramesses III and Prince Amenherkhepeshef before Hathor

New Kingdom, Ramesside

Nina de Garis Davies

On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 135

This facsimile copies a scene in the tomb of Prince Amenherkhepeshef in the Valley of the Queens. It shows the prince following his father, Ramesses III, who is led by the goddess Hathor. Amenherkhepeshef wears a sidelock of hair, symbolic of youth. The king wears an elaborate garment with a feather pattern and long sashes.

Ramesses III and Prince Amenherkhepeshef before Hathor, Nina de Garis Davies (1881–1965), Paper, tempera paint, ink

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