Ebony Shrine of Deir el Bahri
Here are two excellent resources on the Ebony Shrine:
The temple of Deir el Bahari (Band 2): The Ebony shrine, northern half of the middle platform
The second article is courtesy of Etana and kindly pointed out to me by Tim.
ANCIENT RECORDS OF EGYPT ' HISTORICAL DOCUMENTS FROM TEE EARLIEST TIMES 30 THE PERSIAN CONQUEST. COLLECTED EDITED AND TRANSLATED WITH COMMENTARY JAMES HENRY BREASTED, PH.D.VOLUME I1 THE EIGHTEENTH DYNASTY
ri. Great Temple of Hatshepsut. Shrine of Anubis. Found on roof.
Leaf of door and left side of ebony shrine, dedicated to Amun by Hatshepsut, re-used by Tuthmosis IV,
with erasures by Amenophis IV, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 70001 (JE 30739-40).
Roeder, Naos 1-11 pls. 1-3. See Maspero, Guide (1915), 510 , 524 .
Deir el-Bah.ri. Great Temple of Hatshepsut. Upper court. Finds
Quoted from page 311/1240.