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Meaning of amarniense by felipe lorenzo del rio

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Period of the history of Egypt corresponding to the fourteenth century to . C. in which the capital was Ajenatón whose Arabic name was Amarna. Pharaoh Ajenatón, Akhenaton, also called Amenofis IV, promoted revolutionary changes in Egyptian society by taking away the power of the priests of Aton.


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