الجمعة، 21 أكتوبر، 2011

§ King Akhenaten, "Amenhotep IV" (1390-1349 BC).:

One of the kings of the Eighteenth Dynasty (New Kingdom), the son of Amenhotep III and Queen "T" and was a philosopher seeks truth and honesty and was sensitive to highly intelligent, relevant opinion Odhu the same net. Known since childhood influence and power of the priests of Amun-Re in Luxor and was pursued to the efforts of parents and grandparents in the reduction their influence did not succeed and that since taking office to work on their competition and the reduction of their powers and suspend the doctrine of the Sun "Ra" god of Heliopolis and after a period called the ideas and a new doctrine proclaims that the sun god is not the sun but the underlying strength of it and called the god "Aten" and called on the people of Egypt this new idol worship and the abolition of the rest of the gods.

He believed in this God is the new "furnace" is the creator of all human beings in all the world, the Creator of all animals and birds and everything is worthy of worship for anything else, which impacts upon the priests of the rest of Egyptian gods and conspired to kill him in Thebes Luxor, the capital of Egypt, which made him abandoned and built capital new name "Aton's sister," meaning "horizon of Aten" to be the new home of the god Aten, about 300 kilometers north of Luxor, Akhenaten declared war on the rest of the gods and the priests in Egypt. Considered an infidel priests and slaves to the gods of Egypt and spoke with a clash between Akhenaten and the rest of the priests of the gods ended this conflict broke "the roar of a sister" and his call for the elimination of monotheism.

17 The rule of Egypt seventeen years, and married the beautiful Queen Nefertiti and pictures in many of the inscriptions with his family. The anthem "Akhenaten," which he called the god Aten first document human calls monotheism to one God and his death was the destruction of all its fixed tombs, temples, palaces and distorted all the consequences drawn from the tombs and temples by the priests of Amun in Luxor and ending the period of the most difficult periods of Egyptian civilization.

  

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