King Ramses III pouring a libation and censing before a statue of Min; the statue of Min is represented standing inside a shrine decorated on the top with a row of Uraei (wearing the Solar Crown), and is flanked by two small images of the King making adorations and offerings.
Scene from the “Feast of Min” (last scene), Second Court of the “Temple of Millions of Years” of King Ramses III, West Uaset (Thebes)
the King (the Emperor Nero) offering the Udjat-Eye to Min (ithyphallic) and Osiris;
from Coptos, now in the Museum of Fine Arts of Lyon…
King Ptolemy XII Neos Dionysos making adorations and offering a pectoral to Min and to the Goddess Isis;
Double Temple of Haroeris (Horus the Ancient) and Sobek at Ombos, scene from the “Monumental Gate of King Ptolemy XII Neos Dionysos”
scene from the wall of the eastern exterior colonnade of the “House of Birth” of the Temple of Isis at Philae, first register:
(from left to right) King Ptolemy XII Neos Dionysos offering the Udjat-Eye to Min and to the Goddess Wpset; and the King making adorations ad offerings to Arensnuphis (Jrj-ḥms-nfr), Thoth of Pselkis (assimilated to Shu), and Amon