1200 BC(Johann Wolkersdorfer JW-19)
- Type: Religious transport
- Hull: Cedar and other woods
- Dimensions: x ft.
- Notes: The Beautiful Feast of the Valley, called heb nefer en inet in Kemetic, was celebrated every year at the beginning of summer. During this festival, the sacred icons of Amun-Ra, his consort Mut, and their offspring Khonsu, left the temple at Karnak in order to visit the funerary temples of deceased kings. Amun-Ra traveled in his shrine, a small barque carried on the shoulders of 24 priests, and crossed the Nile on the Amun Userhet, a special barge covered with gold and precious materials and built from imported Lebanese cedar. A limestone relief from Deir el Medina depicts Rameses II offering incense to the divine image of Amun-Ra in his small barque.