Osorkon II had many buildings raised during his reign, including a detailed monumental red granite hall in the 22nd year of his reign. Relief images of him and Queen Karomama decorate the walls. Queen Karomama (also known as Karoama B) was also a Royal daughter, but it is unclear which King was her father. As she is not titled Royal Sister, one can assume she was not Takeloth I's daughter, but the lack of the title King's Sister is not conclusive. Other candidates are Shoshenq II or Harsiese. In the Jubilee reliefs, she is accompanied by her three daughters Tashakheper A, Karomama C and <Ta>iirmer (Year 22).