behdety

‘Ipet-Sut’ (“Karnak”), the highly sacred Precinct of Amon-Ra at 'Uaset’-Thebes,
Central Bark Shrine of Amon-Ra,
exterior south wall of the West Room, top register, I scene:
“Behdety ("He of Behdet/Edfu”, that is Horus), Lord of 'Mesen’ (Tjaru’-Sile in the 14th nome of Lower Egypt), Lord of the Sky" (at right, falcon-headed; translation of the row of hieroglyphs above Horus)
and
“Thoth Lord of hieroglyphs” (at left, ibis-headed; translation of the row of hieroglyphs above Thoth)
purifying the King (Philip III Arrhidaeus). Above Him, the Solar Orb (representing Horus of Behdet) with the Two Uraei and 'Ankh’-signs