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today's birthday: Mika Waltari (1908)

Mika Waltari (1908)

Finnish author Mika Waltari is best known for his 1945 historical novel The Egyptian, which is set during the reign of the… 64 more words

Newsletter 37

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Princess Kiya was one of the wives of Akhenaten and, it is thought, the mother of
Tutankhamun. She wrote this love poem to her husband. 379 more words

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OBAMA/Akhenaten’s Space War : GOLD – REINCARNATION – FISH GODS and SIRIUS

THE CULT OF ATEN

REINCARNATION

CLONING

MICHELLE : CODENAME RENAISSANCE

REINCARNATION

CLONING

OBAMA : CODENAME RENEGADE

FOLLOWING THE REVIVALIST SCRIPT… 30 more words

SIRIUS

History is not only black and white.

Images of Akhenaten look “black” to many moderns; images of Shinji Ikari look “white” to the same audience.

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Akhenaten

Nothing new under the Egyptian Sun

I’ve just published Akhenaten’s Alibi, the fifth book in the series following Meredith Pink on her adventures in Egypt.  It’s set against the backdrop of the turbulent events of the summer of 2013, when the people of Egypt took to the streets to protest the ‘undemocratic rule’ of their first democratically elected president, Mohamed Morsi.   416 more words

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Akhenaten - Nicholas Reeves

Akhenaten, a name that stands alone in Egypt’s ancient past, isolated from history, enigmatic, dark and misunderstood. Many pharoahs stand in splendour for their achievements, Rameses the Great, warrior king, Khufu, supposed builder of the most famous pyramids, Cleopatra, the young queen who sold her dying empire for love, but all of these stand tall and proud, names to invoke pride in human achievement. 694 more words

Genre - History