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Restoration of Amun
the New Kingdom, religious speculation among Amons priests led to the concept of Amon as part of a triad (with Ptah and Re ) or as a single god of whom all the other gods, even Ptah and Re, were manifestations. To emphasize the strength and power of the pharaoh, Egyptian iconographical tradition required the female figure to be smaller in scale than the male. In 1332 BC Akhenaten died, the circumstances never explained. When they opened the coffin they found a mummy wrapped in gold-leaf. It has been suggested to me that Tiye was also her mother. The city sprawled for miles over the plain. DNA tests in 2010 indicated Tutankhamun was indeed the son of Akhenaten.
Ancient egypt : Amun and the One, Great Hidden
Some of the documents belong to the time of Amenhotep III, while others are from the time of Akhenaten. In 1346 BC work began on this new city built in middle Egypt, on a site thought to have been chosen as it was not tainted by the worship of the other gods. Donald Redford, a professor of Egyptology and the director of the Akhenaten Temple Project, Smenkhkare may have succeeded Akhenaten by a short while, during which he made half-hearted attempts at going back to the old religion (something which probably wouldn't have happened while Akhenaten was. Almost immediately following their discovery, the Amarna tablets were deciphered, studied and published. He was rejected by the world for some unknown reason. (Redford) (Wente) (Parker) (Hornung) (Grimal) (M lek, Arnold, von Beckerath, Shaw, Kitchen ) (Dodson) (Aldred) (Krauss, Murnane) (Helck) Tuthmosis I Hr kA nxt-n-ra, kA nxt mri-mAat, mri-ra xai-m-HDt xai-m-nsrt aA-pHti, dwA-itm xai-xaw, iTi-tAw-nb(w) nfr-rnpwt sanx-ibw, Hwi-pDt-A, aA-pHti aA-xpr-kA-ra, (iri. She was, in turn, probably succeeded by Tutankhaten (later, Tutankhamun with the country being administered by the chief vizier generals Ay and Horemheb reestablished the temples of Amun they selected their priests from the military, enabling the Pharaoh to keep tighter controls over the religious. This was possibly a move to lessen the political power of the Priests.
Freud argued that Moses had been an Atenist priest forced to leave Egypt with his followers after Akhenaten's death. At the same time he changed his name to Ax-n-itn (Ray Glare of At e n) as well as the whole royal titulary. Ay himself came presumably from Akhmim, where he was born about the time Amenhothep III was ascending the throne.