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Part 2 – Ancient Graveyard of Slaves Discovered in Egypt – Could they be Hebrews? | Patterns of Evidence: The Exodus

by Steve Law | Jul 21, 2017 | Evidence |

Last time, we reported on the recent finds of a large slave force buried at the city of Amarna, Egypt during the 18th Dynasty of Egypt’s New Kingdom. 139 more words

Exodus

#Todays3 22.7.17 Malaria, Society, Akhenaten​

#Todays3 is our collection of material that we think should be highlighted and discussed more. Whether it is science, politics, history, religion or anything else for that matter. 86 more words

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Why Akhenaten became a Heretic?

I love the once-upon-a-time beginnings. They make dystopias appear utopian, so…

Once upon a time, there was a young prince, who co-ruled Egypt with his father. 350 more words

S.R. Anand

Tutankhamun, Ay, and the Spinner of Dreams.

The heretic king Akhenaten and his beautiful wife Nefertiti had many daughters but no son, and while a daughter was the vessel that carried the royal blood, she couldn’t be the ruler of Egypt. 296 more words

S.R. Anand

Meet King Tut’s Father, Egypt’s First Revolutionary

Sometimes the most powerful commentary on a king is made by those who are silent. One morning in Amarna, a village in Upper Egypt about 200 miles south of Cairo, a set of delicate, sparrowlike bones were arranged atop a wooden table. 2,644 more words

Ancient History

Father of King Tut

Akhenaten upended the religion, art, and politics of ancient Egypt, and then his legacy was buried. Now he endures as a symbol of change.In Berlin’s Neues Museum, Akhenaten’s bust bears the scars of upheavals ancient and modern. 4,794 more words

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