Akhenaten is one of Ancient Egypt’s most enigmatic pharaohs, because to his peculiar physical characteristics, which include a shaped head, extended skull, long neck, sunken eyes, broad thighs, long fingers, twisted knee joints, and a protruding belly.
Egyptians were known not just for their massive and seemingly impossible structures, but also for their profound scientific understanding.
Buildings like the Great Pyramid of Giza and the Great Sphinx are not only the biggest but also the most enigmatic Egyptian structures.
Pharaoh Akhenaten ruled Egypt for 17 years. He was the father of Tutankhamun, the more well-known Egyptian pharaoh. Many people see him as one of the most prominent religious reformers and monotheists of all time.
According to legend, the gods sent Akhenaten to govern the Earth during the reign of Zep Tepi. That historical period relates to the reign of gods on Earth. Later, he rose to the position of pharaoh and was given the task of destroying the iconography of past gods, approving just one sign, the sun. He is represented as a helpless individual.
The scientists recently conducted further experiments, and the findings are astounding to say the least.
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