Detail of a relief from the tomb of Kheruef, called Sena'a, TT 192 in the Tombs of the Royals at Thebes. The tomb of Kheruef in Assassif is very large and contains scenes of great religious and historical importance. Kheruef served the king Amenhotep III and died probably during the reign of Amenhotep IV. He was responsible for organizing the sed-festivals of the former king, and the scenes from royal jubilees cover a large part of his tomb. This picture shows the beautiful faces of two princesses, with graceful features and wavy hairstyles.
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