Pierre Montet, Le tombeau d’Osorkon II (Paris: Mission Montet, 1947), plate IX:1, in photo, which should always be used, and not just the crude and inaccurate line-drawing which is reproduced ad infinitum. The scene was wrongly described as anonymous (“unidentified king,” and its ax equally wrongly as anachronistic) by James M. Weinstein, in Seymour Gitin, Amihai Mazar and Ephraim Stern, eds., Mediterranean Peoples in Transition (Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society, 1998), p. 193 and note 10, by a crass slip of the pen, with a touch of unjustified hypercriticism.