Colossal kings rebuilt in Luxor | The Art Newspaper

Two reconstructed colossal statues of King Amenhotep III, who ruled around 1388 BC to 1348 BC, have been unveiled in Egypt. Both statues are carved from red quartzite and have been erected in their original positions within the pharaoh’s funerary temple on Luxor’s west bank.

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