Fragment C (KRI V 247, 1–8) is a large loose block with parts of eight lines of Ramesses III’s Great Double Stela in Karnak. Its exact position has been debated since the 1950s. The present paper provides philological and epigraphical arguments for its placement to the upper part of the Northern Stela of Ramesses III’s double monument. The new reading of lines 7–14 of the Northern Stela, which is presented here in hieroglyphic transcript as well as in transliteration and translation, respects the coherence of the overall articulation of the double inscription.