[A] colossal red granite head of King Amenhotep III (circa 1390-1352 BC) was discovered in [a] funerary temple of the Kom El-Hettan area on Luxor’s West Bank. . . . [The] head[, which] is intact and measures 2[.]50m high[,]  is a masterpiece of highly artistic quality, and shows a portrait of the king with very fine youthful sculptured features. . . . [It] belongs to a large statue representing the king standing, hands crossed over his chest and holding the royal insignia.