Colossal statue of Tutankhamun
This colossal figure with features of a young man may have stood in Tutankhamun’s mortuary temple. After his early death, Ay appropriated the statue and carved his name on the front belt. Horemheb, in turn, took it over for his use and reinscribed the belt with his name. The large amount of surviving paint provides a hint of its original vivid colors.
Thebes, Funerary Temple of Ay and Horemheb.
New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty, Reigns of Tutankhamun, Ay, and Horemheb (1355 - 1315 BCE).
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