Khonsu and the barqueHe , gives the place of honour to "His son, the high-priest of Montu, Lord of Tod, Khonsu, who brought into the world Tauseret". He is in the same priestly garments as the ones which have just been described. He makes libation and incensement in front of the portable barque of Montu . The only difference is that he wears sandals, because he walks in the temple on the sanctified ground, represented white under his feet. Some food offerings are stacked on a low white table.
The portable barque has been off-loaded and has been placed in the shrine of a chapel resting on a white solid base. The carrying bars can be easily seen, as well as the artificial sledge which rests on a chest decorated of two images of Pharaoh, whose arms are raised holding up the blue hieroglyph which represents the sky