Black granite block with relief of Nebnefer,overseer of the treasury of the god Amon. Deposited in the temple of the crocodile- god Sobek. An elaborate rattle sacred to the cult of the goddess Hathor is carved on the front. Period of Amenhotep III
Nekhbet in Nefertem-Ptah-Sokar Hall at Abydos’. The vulture goddess Nekhbet is flapping her wings in this relief detail on the north wall of the Nefertem-Ptah-Sokar Hall in the Seti I Temple at Abydos.
From the walls of the temple of Queen Hatshepsut. The palm (Phoenix) was sacred and in ancient Egypt represented immortality. Here the priests are carrying an akh (ax staff) in their right hands and a palm frond in their left hand.