Statue of Thutmose III

Describes the following features:
  • Akhmenu

  • Associated with the following rulers:
  • Thutmose III

  • Deals with the following topics:
  • Statuary and Stelae

  • Author(s): C. Zarnoch, E. Sullivan

    Description: This fragmentary statue once represented a standing triad of king Thutmose III with the gods Mut and Amun. The king (center) wears a short shendyt kilt and an elaborate broad collar. Small cartouches labeled with his royal names decorate the belt securing the dagger at his waist. Each of the king’s arms embraces the god flanking his side

    Provenance: The Akhmenu
    Person: Thutmose III
    Date: Dynasty 18, New Kingdom (1479-1425 BCE)
    Material: Compact yellow sandstone
    Functional Comments:
    Dimensions: The torso of Thutmose III is 90cm across
    Current Location: In situ at Karnak Temple


    Legrain, G. (1906). Statues et statuettes de rois et de particuliers. Le Caire, Impr. de l’Institut français d’archéologie orientale. pp. 38.