Like the Middle Kingdom temple, the temple of the New Kingdom was already very much destroyed in antiquity. However, foundation blocks apparently found in situ give a general idea about the size of the temple building (see the published plan). A series of foundation deposits contained objects with the name of Thutmose III, making it highly likely that he built the main New Kingdom temple.
Reliefs from the New Kingdom (about 1550-1069 BC).
Relief, early New Kingdom (?)
Stewart 1979: 17, no. 74, pl. 14.6
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