Other Title : Chief Sculptor (his father, Men, held the same title under Amenhotep III - see below - ), Overseer of the works at the red mountain for the pylon, Chief of the artists teacher of the king himself, an overseer of the sculptors from life at the grand monuments of the king for the temple of the sun's disk in the city of Akhetaten, son of the chief of the artists Men, born of Roy in An.
"taught by his majesty"
The family tree of Bek
The tombstone of Bek
On the left is Bek offering to Akhenaten, the defaced figure (erased in antiquity - the names of the Aten have similarly been erased). In the scene Akhenaten burns incense at an altar below the Aten which is said to be in the Great Temple at Akhetaten.
On the right is Bek's father offering to Amenhotep III ('King of Kings, Lord of Might) - the prenomen of Amenhotep III is repeated in place of his nomen to avoid any mention of 'Amun'.
The inscription was carved about Year 9 of Akhenaten's reign.