Akhetaton

Capital of ancient Egypt established by the monotheistic pharaoh Akhenaton as the centre for his cult of the Aton, the Sun's disc; it is the modern Tell el Amarna 300 km/190 mi south of Cairo....
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Akhetaton

Akhetaton: see Tell el Amarna.
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Akhetaton

Capital of ancient Egypt established by the monotheistic pharaoh Akhenaton as the centre for his cult of the Aton, the Sun's disc; it is the modern Tell el Amarna 300 km/190 mi south of Cairo. Akhenaton's palace had formal enclosed gardens. After his death it was abandoned, and the Amarna tablets, found in the ruins, were probably d...
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