Model of the Central City, viewed towards the south-east. In the foreground is the Great Palace. The western portion (along the river) and the north front of the palace with its large pylon are hypothetical, although a scene in the tomb of May (no. 14) seems to depict a colonnaded façade facing on to the river bank
THE PLACE OF MERIRE THE HIGH PRIEST, EL-AMARNA. Some are living-rooms for the high priest, some for the inferior clergy, and others are store-rooms or treasure-houses for the Temple properties: they are all inside garden-grounds. Even between the granary and the treasure-house there are plants, flowering in beautifully decorated pots. The entrance is particularly charming with a porch like a baldachin, and in the front court there is a pretty pavilion.
Tutankhamun and Ankhesenamun The king seated on a folding chair, covered with a leopard skin and cushions and pouring water or anointing oil in the bowl shaped into a hand of Ankhesenamun which has lain down on a pillow. In both figures, the left hand is a right hand as shown, so that the thumb is visible.