Volume III Plate 56 - Rams ~ The Avenue of Rams extended over a mile to the entrance of the Temple of Khons, a moon god, son of Amun-Re and Mut. The avenue was lined by these intricate sculptures and was established by Ramesses XI, the last of the Ramessids. In ancient Egypt, the ram represented fertility and growth. Beneath the head of each ram is a statue of Ramesses XI.
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