Statue of Thutmose III

This statue, discovered in the Karnak cachette in 1904, depicts King Thutmose III wearing the royal nemes headdress and a kilt. Considered the greatest warrior-king in Egyptian history, he stretched the borders of the Egyptian empire to their greatest extent, and was also responsible for many important monuments.


New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty
Original: Schist
Luxor Museum
Model: 90 x 40 x 32 cm
Price: Stucco 400 LE/Polyblend 1200 LE