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Akhenaten & Henry VIII: Two Game Changers

One of the things that I love about history is how often characters keep popping up whose lives are so similar and different at the same time. 1,201 more words

Henry VIII

Perspectives III: River of the Sun 2015


O Living Aten
When you first took your throne in splendour
High in heaven’s precinct, truly did life then begin…

From the eastern horizon… 171 more words


The Aten Cult Dilemma

Akhenaten Egypt is so unique because it is seen as a iconoclasm of all the traditional Egyptian polytheism mythos. Further it transforms Egypt into a monotheistic culture and drastically changes the economy of the kingdom. 1,452 more words

Merchbar showin' love...

Thanks to Merchbar and the homie Ed Aten for the awesome plug on the Siete Galaxias mix…

In a world where lines  between genres shift daily as people search for the new, chew and move on to the next one,  true  originals and unique perspectives stand apart. 89 more words

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The Magic Of Luxor: Aten, Amun, Ra, Nefertiti, Amenhotep, Akhenaten...

Some American archaeologists have discovered a new Egyptian tomb outside Luxor. It is supposedly 3000 years old. While this may be possible, keep in mine that Egyptology isn’t a science and their dating systems are a joke. 382 more words


Black History Hero: Akhenaten

Akhenaten known before the fifth year of his reign as Amenhotep IV (sometimes given its Greek form, Amenophis IV, and meaning Amun is Satisfied), was a… 310 more words

Black History

Civilisation 4: Akhenaten (AKA Imenhotep IV)

Welcome to the ‘Civilisation’ blog series. This is my attempt to categorise some of history’s most famous (and infamous) names. Sometimes it’s serious and sometimes it’s silly. 623 more words

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