EASTERN LATERAL ANNEX - WALL 15
For a complete view of wall 15, from left to right, click on (126) (128) and (130) consecutively.
From left to right are depicted: Prince Khaemwaset, the god Anubis, Prince Khaemwaset, the Four Sons of Horus and the goddess Serket.
(126) shows Prince Khaemwaset on the left and the god Anubis on the right.
The prince stands with both arms raised in adoration before the god Anubis.
Above the raised arms of the prince two hieroglyphic columns are depicted, stating ‘The sem-priest of Ptah, the great one, (who is) south of his wall, Lord of Memphis, the king’s son, Khaemwaset’.
The god Anubis has the body of a human and the head of a dog.
His tunic and posture are the same as those of the Four Sons of the god Horus.
In front of the god Anubis’s head, a hieroglyphic column is depicted with the text: ‘Words spoken by Anubis, who is in embalming’.
(127) shows a close-up of the head of the god Anubis.
(128) shows Prince Khaemwaset, with both arms raised, in adoration before the Four Sons of Horus.
From left to right we see Prince Khaemwaset and the gods Imseti, Hapy, Duamutef and Qebehsenuef.
The Four Sons of Horus all wear the same blue tripartite wig and the same tunic; they also share the same posture.
Above the raised arms of the prince, three hieroglyphic columns are depicted, stating ‘The sem-priest of Ptah, the great one, (who is) south of his wall, Lord of Memphis, the king’s son of his body, his beloved one, Khaemwaset’.
In front of the face of each Son of Horus, a hieroglyphic column shows his name.
From left to right, the hieroglyphic columns read: ‘Words spoken by Imseti’, ‘Words spoken by Hapy’, ‘Words spoken by Duamutef’ and ‘Words spoken by Qebehsenuef’.
(129) is a close-up of Prince Khaemwaset, with raised arms, in adoration before the god Imseti.
(130) shows the god Qebehsenuef on the left and the goddess Serket on the right.
In front of Qebehsenuef’s face, a hieroglyphic column is depicted with the text: ‘Words spoken by Qebehsenuef’, while in front of Serket’s face, a hieroglyphic column states ‘Words spoken by Serket’.
The goddess Serket wears a blue tripartite wig and a red dress.
Part of the right arm, the bottom part of the red dress and the ankles and feet of the goddess Serket have been lost.