Head of Amenhotep III, made of clay lined with stucco and painted, represents him as a young man with a round face, almond-shaped eyes, curved eyebrows, with a small nose and mouth. This head was found in the Karnak temple in 1906. The pharaoh wears the blue crown, which is decorated with small circles. Kings usually wore this headdress during times of war and during especial religious ceremonies. The ureus can be seen on the King's forehead.
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