Auta was one of the artists who came to the fore in the reign of King Amenhotep IV-Akhenaten. He is shown at work carving a statue of Princess Baketaten, probably the daughter of King Amenhotep III's old age. Auta is in his studio, attended by assistants and apprentices who are engaged in various tasks as he works on the princess's statue.
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Last Updated: June 21st, 2011