|Fig. 1 - cloth hanging with a face of Akhenaten and one of his stelae|
|Fig. 2 - statuette of an Amarna Princess|
|Fig. 3 - statuette of Tutankhamen as the god Amun|
|Fig. 4 - Tutankhamen statuette, showing the broad collar and divine beard|
Last, but not least, is a statuette of the god Amun that probably also represents Tutnkhamen. He is shown wearing a divine beard, a broad collar and a kilt that has the Knot of Isis on it (just below the Kings navel).
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