Ink pen and colored pencil on acid free paper, 17.8 x 25.3 cm (7 x 10 in.),
spiral rings removed after the scan.
It first began with a small photo of just one 'neb' and 'was'/djed'/'ankh' group from Deir el Bahri by Ellie Rose Elliott shared on the Hatshepsut Project group. I wanted to know more about this scene.
So I took to Flickr, and learned it was from the Chapel of Hathor.|
Doing a Google book search, I learned:
In Kairoinfo4u;'s photo, we can see cow feet at the top. Is this the wall on which Hatshepsut is being suckled?
"Chris and Steve" have a photo set on Flickr which shows the band of was/djed/ankhs in larger context. Hatshepsut, whose image was scratched out in later times, is seated on a throne, with her hand extended to Hathor, who is licking her hand.