Proper light to evaluate Prints

The photos on top, photographed in daylight, clearly show the difference of a photo with a correct ICC color profile and respective correction. (quick photos from iPhone just to comparison)
Now I just need to be able to correct the lighting next to the monitor to proper evaluate the prints.
All my room lights are 5000K

#Somebody mention to me once, that ProPhoto is a D50 calibrated, while AdobeRGB is D65. I use ProPhoto but always calibrated as D65; could this make a difference?

#should a I try a 6500K lamp to evaluate prints?

Any Ideias?

Here is some information: https://luminous-landscape.com/print-viewing-stations/

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