A pectoral depicting the birth of the sun from the burial of Queen Kama on Leontopolis mother of Osorkon III and possibly wife of Shoshenq IV (gold, lapis-lazuli, silver and glass). The ram-headed god Khnum is flanked by the goddesses Hathor and Ma’at. Third Intermediate Period, 23rd Dynasty, ca. 837-728 BC. Now in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo.
III in Deir el-Bahari, photo from excavation by Henry Édouard Naville, 1907 (painted sandstone, height: 225 cms), with statue of Hathor as divine cow, today exposed in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, Ground Floor, Room 12, JE 38574-5
Hathor chapel from the temple of Thutmose III in Deir el-Bahari. Egyptian Museum, Cairo.