Carved on this temple wall fragment is the profile of a goddess, wearing a long wig and a cobra head on her forehead. In front of the goddess is the ram-headed god Amun. From the Temple of Amun, site number 279-5.
John Garstang was given a share of the antiquities he excavated and displayed them in this Museum. Many were lost in the fire that destroyed the Museum in 1941. Others were damaged in the blaze, including this relief. From the Temple of Amun, site number 279-5