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from The American HeritageĀ® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • King of Egypt (1410ā€“1372) who sponsored the building of many monuments, including temples at Karnak and Luxor.

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  • It was started by Amenhotep III, known as "The Magnificent," for his 38-year peaceful reign, which saw Egypt reach its cultural height a century before Ramses II.

    Scott S. Smith: Egypt the Eternal

  • It was started by Amenhotep III, known as "The Magnificent," for his 38-year peaceful reign, which saw Egypt reach its cultural height a century before Ramses II.

    Scott S. Smith: Egypt the Eternal

  • Lifted from the city of Thebes, the figure depicts Amenhotep III, who ruled Egypt from about 1386 B.C. to 1350 B.C., when the kingdom was at the peak of its power and prosperity.

    A Pre-Digital Tomb Raider

  • The head of Amenhotep III, which alone is about the height of a person, was dug out of the ruins of the pharaoh's mortuary temple in the southern city of Luxor.

    Massive Pharaoh Head Unearthed In Egypt

  • The head of Amenhotep III, which alone is about the height of a person, was dug out of the ruins of the pharaoh's mortuary temple in the southern city of Luxor.

    Massive Pharaoh Head Unearthed In Egypt

  • Egypt; New Kingdom, Dynasty 18, reign of Amenhotep III, ca. 1390-1352 B.C.

    The Art of Foreign Influence

  • King Tut has been either credited to be the son of Akhenaten or the offspring of Amenhotep III, who was Akhenaten's father.

    King Tut's Father Identified

  • The king, who changed his name to Akhenaten, deposited in the archives of the new capital some of the royal correspondence dating from the reign of his father, Amenhotep III.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • King Tut has been either credited to be the son of Akhenaten or the offspring of Amenhotep III, who was Akhenaten's father.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • The king, who changed his name to Akhenaten, deposited in the archives of the new capital some of the royal correspondence dating from the reign of his father, Amenhotep III.

    A Queen's Desperate Cry for Help

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