This piece was originally created by reference to both a photo and a drawing of Thutmose III's Heb Seb scene at Karnak. Between the recent photo, (by Arja Kontkanen), with all the damage that occurred since Lepsius' drawing and his more complete scene, I could come to some idea of what the scene looked like when new.|
In Lepsius' drawing, Thutmose III is running, while carrying two heset jars. He has passed by Horus, who holds three ankhs and holds a palm branch. He approaches Amun, Set is behind Amun. Set also has palm branches. The presentation of palm branches ensures a long reign. Set has his titles: ‘Son of Nut’, ‘Lord of the sedge lands’, ‘Lord of heaven’ and 'great of magic'.
(The black and white version is available, as well.)