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  • noun early ruler of Egypt who rejected the old gods and replaced them with sun worship (died in 1358 BC)

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  • Civilization and the current messiah of its time, Jesus, such as Akhenaton, such as Zoraster, shall be flushed, useless, into the abyss of nihil.

    Opposing same-sex marriage isn’t about hatred, not at all!

  • He thought of the age of Akhenaton in ancient Egypt, the reign of Zoroaster in Persia, the golden ages of Greece and Islam, the several great periods of Chinese culture, and the European Renaissance.

    La insistencia de Jürgen Fauth

  • Having outlived her husband, she stayed in the new city of Amarna where she is shown in bas reliefs sharing the life of Akhenaton and Nefertiti.

    Exhibit of Egyptian Queens

  • "Akhenaton and Nefertiti: Sun and Shadow of the Pharaohs" exhibits artifacts documenting the reign of Egyptian King Akhenaten and his wife Nefertiti (14th century B.C.), the first monotheistic rulers.

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  • Having outlived her husband, she stayed in the new city of Amarna where she is shown in bas reliefs sharing the life of Akhenaton and Nefertiti.

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  • That is until Akhenaton in ancient Egypt around 1352 BC.

    Legends of the Sun

  • That is until Akhenaton in ancient Egypt around 1352 BC.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • For over 1500 years, before Akhenaton, ancient Egypt had worshipped a multitude of Gods and Goddesses each with their own particular properties and associated priests and temples.

    Legends of the Sun

  • Though it was to only last his lifetime, as Tutankhaten who succeeded Akhenaton quickly changed his name to Tutankhamun or Tutankhamen and led the Egyptians back to polytheistic or multi God/Goddess beliefs.

    Legends of the Sun

  • For over 1500 years, before Akhenaton, ancient Egypt had worshipped a multitude of Gods and Goddesses each with their own particular properties and associated priests and temples.

    Archive 2007-07-01

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