South of the colonnade is theCourt of Amenhotep III (C). To the left of the entrance are three seared statues of Ramses II ,Amon and Mut. The court has a double row of columns on each side and is a fine example of the architecture of Egypt's golden age. The columns arc of exquisite pro portion. They have clustered papyrus bud capitals and are in a good state of repair. The doorway through which we have just passed was the entrance to the temple in Amenhotep lll's reign and the sphinx-lined avenue commenced from this point.