The oldest known representation of a Pharaoh has been found carved on rocks at a desert site in southern Egypt, according to new research into long forgotten engravings. Found on vertical rocks at Nag el-Hamdulab, four miles north of the Aswan Dam, the images depict a Pharaoh riding boats with attendant prisoners and animals in what is thought to be a tax-collecting tour.
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Carving from the sanctuary of Yazılıkaya (Turkish - Inscribed rock) nearby the ancient city of Hattusha. This carving shows the god Sharrumma escorting one of the Hittite kings possibly after his death. The site was used from the 15th Century BC though most carvings are from the 13th Century BC. The site was declared a UNESCO world heritage site in 1986. .....archaeology & prehistoric
As a sphinx, Hatshepsut displays a lion's mane and a pharaoh's beard - Egypt