An adolescent Tutankhamun (aka “King Tut”) swings over a stampeding herd of elephants somewhere in the Egyptian Nile Delta.
(Yes, I know African elephants didn’t live in Egypt after the Sahara dried up. But art like this is meant to depict fanciful “what if” scenarios. And besides, I think it’s totally cool.)
As for the bandages on Tut’s left foot, they’re meant to be a cast for the club foot he was apparently born with due to his dynasty’s long history of inbreeding.