A picture taken on September 30, 2013 shows the mummy of a child called Amenhotep displayed at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo. The mummy was severely damaged in January 2011 during the first days of the revolution that toppled president Hosni Mubarak. AFP PHOTO / MAHMOUD KHALED
A picture taken on March 21, 2015 shows statues of pharaoh Amenhotep III (R) and his wife Tiye displayed in Egypt's temple city of Luxor. AFP PHOTO / STR
Colossal lintel of Amenhotep I, Amun-Re temple, Karnak temple complex (UNESCO World Heritage List, 1979). Egyptian Civilisation.
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Soldiers with bow, arrows, spears and axes (above), the pharaoh Amenhotep I as a god (below), from hemi-speos temple at Abu Simbel, Plate XXVIII, from The monuments of Egypt and Nubia: historical monuments, 1832 -1844, by Ippolito Rosellini (1800-1843).
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Amenhotep I, Queen Amosi-Nefertari, Tuthmosis I, Queen Amosi, Plate I, from The monuments of Egypt and Nubia: historical monuments, 1832-1844, by Ippolito Rosellini (1800-1843).