In the 14 th century BCE, the Pharaoh Amenhotep IV
changed his name to Akhenaten and moved the capital from Thebes to an uninhabited strip of desert hundreds of miles north.
Amenhotep III died in around 1354 BC and was succeeded by his son Amenhotep IV
, widely known as Akhenaten.
Consisting of Nakht (TT 52), Ramose (TT 55), Userhat (TT 56), Menna (TT 69), Sennefer (TT 96), and Rekhmire (TT 100), these tombs date from Tuthmosis III (TT 56 and 100) to Amenhotep IV
A TOMB dating back to the reign of Amenhotep IV
in the 14th century BC has been found in Egypt.
Ertman, "Images of Amenhotep IV
and Nefertiti in the Style of the Previous Reign"; Richard A.