The Temple of Medinet Habu is the mortuary temple of Ramesses III near Thebes in Upper Egypt.
The inscriptions were inspired by the festival scenes of Ramesses II at the Ramesseum, which they closely resemble.
The scene show Ramesses III participating in the ceremonies of the festival of Min, and contain sixteen cartouches with the names of nine kings.
The names of Siptah and Amenmesse of the nineteenth dynasty are both absent, which suggests that they were not seen as legitime kings and thus excluded, as was Tausret who was ousted by Ramessess III's father Setnakht.
The scene can be found in the second court, in the upper register of second, eastern pylon..
|#||Hieroglyphs||Name in list||Pharaoh|
|1, 5, 8|| |
|User Maat Ra, mery Amun|
|2, 6, 9|| |
|User khau Ra, mery Amun|
|3, 12|| |
|User Maat Ra, setep en Ra|
|4, 11|| |
|Ba en Ra, mery Amun|
|7, 10|| |
|User kheperu Ra, setep en Ra|
|Men Maat Ra|
|Men pehty Ra|
|Djoser kheperu Ra, setep en Ra|
|Neb Maat Ra|
Medinet Habu IV (OIP 51), Plates 203-205 composite, colored
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