The text accompanying Hatshepsut says that:
"The king erected 2 large
obelisks for his father Amun-Ra in front of the venerable columned hall
(Wadjit hall), completely
covered with electrum, they extended into the sky, they illuminated the
Two Lands, like Aton. Never happened something like that since primeval
times (of the country). She may live for ever.".
The mention of the "venerable
columned hall (= Hall of Wadjit") permits only the conclusion that the
inscription means the 2. pairs, which was erected in the proximity of the
"Hall of Wadjit" built by Thutmosis I.