137 / 204 The King Driving the Four Calves before Amun in the Presence of Khonsu Save Share Ask a Question Luxor Temple The Epigraphic Survey at Chicago House Save Share Ask a Question Facade, East Wall, Second Register. Creator Drawing by Di Cerbo, Johnson, Olson, Rasche, and Turner Place Type Drawing Topics Epigraphy Related Graffiti from the Interior of the Colonnade Hall (Gr. 49-59) The Column Text Bands of Sety II The King Thurifying and Pouring a Libation in Luxor Temple, with the Portal of Luxor Temple and High Officials behind and Offerings Below Compare plates 61 and 62. The Barge of Mut: Detail of Plate 28 West wall, central section. The King Presenting the Temple to Amun-Re in the Presence of Mut-Bastet North portal, north face, east jamb, first register. The East Jamb of the Gateway of Philip Arrhidaeus, (A) the North Face and (B) East Thickness See plate 152.