Here King Amenhotep III is symbolized in dress and timeless pose. He wears a nemes headcloth, short kilt and falso beard, which is fitted with a ceremonial bull's tail, revealed between the legs. The king's names are inscribed on the belt of the kilt and on the front and rear of the throne. The throne sides are decorated with a motif emblematic of the union of Lower and Upper Egypt. It was made about 1400 BC, found in Thebes, in the 18th Dynasty.
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