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Akhenaten, the heretic king

A portrait of Akhenaten, monotheistic worshiper of the sun and best-known Egyptian king next to Tutankhamen. Various writers have depicted this strange ruler of the fourteenth century B.C. as a disguised woman or a eunuch, a mentor of Moses, or a forerunner of Christ. Drawing on information from his own excavations, the Director of the Akhenaten Temple Project describes the kingly heretic against the background of imperial Egypt.--From publisher description.

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  • "A portrait of Akhenaten, monotheistic worshiper of the sun and best-known Egyptian king next to Tutankhamen. Various writers have depicted this strange ruler of the fourteenth century B.C. as a disguised woman or a eunuch, a mentor of Moses, or a forerunner of Christ. Drawing on information from his own excavations, the Director of the Akhenaten Temple Project describes the kingly heretic against the background of imperial Egypt.--From publisher description."@en
  • "Describes the world of Akhenaten, a ruler of ancient Egypt who attempted to introduce monotheism through worship of the sun."

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  • "Akhenaten the heretic king"
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  • "Akhenaten, the heretic king"
  • "Akhenaten, the heretic king [Arabic edition]"
  • "Akhenaten : the heretic king"