“Winged Sun-disk,” in Wiedemann, p. 75, fig. 14. See also Richard H. Wilkinson, “The Sphinx Stela of Thutmose IV in Giza,” in his Symbol and Magic in Egyptian Art (London: Thames and Hudson, 1994), pp. 152–153, Illus. 106. Usually, the sun god has only one uraeus for his protection. See also Gardiner, “Horus,” p. 48, n. 2, p. 50, fig. 3.