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Akhenaten: A Historian's View
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Preface Abbreviations Maps 1. Akhenaten: Fashion, Fantasy, and Fact 2. The Theban Years 3. Akhet-Aten: "The Horizon of the Aten" 4. The Cult of the Aten 5. Two Queens 6. An Empire Lost? 7. Smenkhkare, Neferneferuaten, and the End of Akhenaten's Reign 8. Two Royal Tombs Afterword Notes Bibliography Sources of Figures Index

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A groundbreaking historiography of the reign of Akhenaten

About the Author

Ronald T. Ridley is professor emeritus at the School of Historical Studies, University of Melbourne. He is the author of twenty books and over one hundred articles. His main interest is the history of the ancient world, particularly Egypt and Rome.

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"[W]ill be consumed with gusto by both fans and foes of Akhenaten and the Amarna episode of Egyptian history."--Marianne Eaton-Krauss, Bibliotheca Orientalis

"Ronald T. Ridley's study of Akhenaten sounds a cautionary note (a whole concert?) against anyone making claims on the distant past. He recounts dozens of conflicting theories on the ruler (supposedly the world's first monotheist) and dispenses with most of them." --David Lauhrssen, Sheperd Express

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