has two lappets at the side, and an apron of eight flutes in front consisting
of rows of chevrons terminating in drops. Part of the left arm remains,
having an armlet men nefer en Jcab of three bands. Below is a large plinth
and a perpendicular line of hieroglyphs at the right side of the figure, the
name and titles of the king facing to the right.
[iVe&] s'du Ra neb ma sa rd
Amenhetp helc Uas ta any.
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" The lord of diadems Ra neb ma son of the Sun Amen-
telp, ruler of the Thebaid, giver of life."
At the left side is another perpendicular line of hieroglyphs imperfect facing
left, and another at the feet.
These have the same text with a slight variant
Neter nefer yent. f. any em ta ha Rd neb ma ar
naf ma ra Ra neb ma ar naf m men f en yent f any
em ta ha Rd md neb.
"The good god has made his living image in the
abode of Ra neb ma. Ra neb ma has made the gift
of dedication of his living figure in the abode of Ra