One of the discovered parts of the statues found bears an inscription of King Tuthmosis III name. The parts were found inside a mud brick structure in the northern part of the temple.
The mission also found parts of limestone doors of one of the temple buildings with texts and cavernous/sunken inscriptions of two cartouches of Tuthmosis III.
Dr. Mohamed Abd El Maqsoud, Head of the Ancient Egypt department, pointed out that the scenes and inscriptions carved very neatly and with maximum accuracy which is common for art in the middle of the 18th Dynasty. He also said that one of these doors has an inscription of the High Priest “Khonsu”, beside the discovery of a group of royal seals of Akhnaton and Ramses II.
Mummfication Museum lecture -Tuthmosis III funerary temple by Jane Ashkar
New discoveries in Luxor in 2012 & 2013:
Source: Luxor times