Hergé's Unicorn shipwreck from "The Adventures of Tintin and Red Rackham's Treasure" references the Henu Barque?

Shipwreck from "The Adventures of Tintin and Red Rackam's Treasure"

Henu Barque in the Bull Hall in the Temple of Ramesses II at Abydos

a) The broken mast of the ship references the bow of the barque with the three rudders

b) broken side of the top of the ship becomes references the falcon head on top of the conical fetish

c) Rigging hanging from a broken yard references the rope that hangs down along the fan and curves up to the pillar on the right

d) A rope that Tintin pulls while in his deep diving suit, references the rope for pulling the henu-barque

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