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Synonyms for Akhenaten

early ruler of Egypt who rejected the old gods and replaced them with sun worship (died in 1358 BC)

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type who became an Atonist and changed his name to Akhnaton (devoted to Aton).
Throughout the history of the Middle East, several historical figures have chosen to leave their homes and explore the world of the desert; from Akhnaton, Moses, Jesus and Coptic monks to Al-Hakim bi-Amr Allah.
The four-star MS Akhnaton leaves Luxor to visit the Valley of the Kings, the Aswan High Dam, Abu Simbel and the great Temples of Karnak.
Clark publico en 1924 un tratado sobre la sexualidad en el arte griego, titulado A psychohistorical study of sex balance in Grek art, en donde aparece ya por primera vez el termino psicohistoria; poco despues, este mismo autor escribe otro trabajo en donde utiliza el calificativo de psicohistoria, explicito en el titulo A psychohistorical study of Akhnaton, first idealist and originator of monotheistic religion.
The reader wonders how a lengthy yet synoptic description of Akhnaton will in any way be made relevant to the larger historical processes that Devi apparently took part in, and reaps only frustration when the investment yields no return.