The temple of Ramesses III- from the right, the 1st pylon, the wall of the 1st court with three doorways and a “window of appearances” connecting the court with the palace south of it, the 2nd pylon, and the south wall of the 2nd court and the inner part of the temple.

John Bines and Jaromir Malek. Cultural Atlas of Ancient Egypt. Checkmark Books, Revised edition, 2000. pp. 98-99.