Red granite standing figure of a king. 18th dynasty, about 1450 BC. From Thebes, Temple of Karnak. The statue can be dated on style grounds to the middle of the 18th dynasty and represent either Tuthmosis III or his successor Amenhtephis II wearing the white crown of Upper Egypt.

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Red granite standing figure of a king. 18th dynasty, about 1450 BC. From Thebes, Temple of Karnak. The statue can be dated on style grounds to the middle of the 18th dynasty and represent either Tuthmosis III or his successor Amenhtephis II wearing the white crown of Upper Egypt.
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Red granite standing figure of a king. 18th dynasty, about 1450 BC. From Thebes, Temple of Karnak. The statue can be dated on style grounds to the middle of the 18th dynasty and represent either Tuthmosis III or his successor Amenhtephis II wearing the white crown of Upper Egypt.