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A Slice of Time
- Includes the main personages of the period--Akhenaten, Nefertiti, Ay, Horemhab--and has most excellent information on and pictures of the Royal Tomb.
- An introduction to the pharaoh Akhenaten, and the mysteries of his life, his religion, and his reign, by Megaera Lorenz.
- An image gallery featuring ancient Egyptian statues of Nefertiti, Akhenaten and other notables of the period in which Amarma flourished as Akhenaten's new capital of Egypt.
- Examines the life of Queen Ankhesenamun and her husband Tutankhamun. Contemporary and ancient works of art accent pages that cover Ankhes' life, titles, and family members.
Ankhesenamun, Isis of Tears
- The story of Tutankhamun's queen. Includes genealogy, chronology and biographies of the dynasty, new discoveries, maps and bibliography. Netscape and Explorer versions.
Ankhesenamun: Princess of Amarna/Queen of Destiny
- In-depth view of Ankhesenamun's life from the cradle on. Accurate historical information is complimented by the author's stunning fictional verse.
Children of the Sun
- Examines the lives of the Amarna children, including all of Akhenaten's daughters, the known princes, and their caretakers.
- Photographs and description of the tomb of King Tutankhamun.
King Tut One
- Walk through King Tutankhamun's virtual tomb, view pictures during the excavation, or learn about his father Akhenaten.
Pharaohs of the Sun: Akhenaten, Tutankhamen
- Exhibition and catalogue on Akhenaten and Amarna.
The Akhet-Aten Home Page
- Kate Stange covers the Amarna period in ancient Egyptian history, including biographies of Akhenaten and Nefertiti and information on religion, art and literature. Glossary with links to related sites.
The Amarna Letters
- Letters of middle eastern rulers sent to Akhenaten. Images of originals and translations from An introduction to the history and culture of Pharaonic Egypt.
The Amarna Site
- Discusses the 'Heretic Pharaoh' Akhenaten, his family, and the Amarna revolution. Includes original photographs and information on Amarna collections.
The House of the Aten
- Information on several aspects of Amarna: Akhenaten, the Great Hymn, the city and the family tree.
Tutankhamen, Pharaoh of Egypt
- Discusses Bob Brier's book "The Murder of Tutankhamen: A True Story".
- Based around the online Role Play based on the history of Amarna (first at Ancient Sites, and now at Panhistoria). As each of the role players is a historical character, biographies are given on each as well as a prospective family tree that shows both known and possible relationships.
What Ailed Akhenaten and his Daughters?
- Vikas Vishnoi presents the evidence that Akhenaten suffered from Marfan Syndrome, inherited by his daughters.
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