Akhenaten is one of the most enigmatic pharaohs of ancient Egypt, mostly because of its physical characteristics, such as the shaped head, elongated skull, long neck, recessed eyebrows, wide legs, long fingers, perverted knee joints, and a very pronounced belly.
Egyptians are famed not only for their monumental and difficult constructions, but also for the immense scientific expertise they had.
Buildings such as the Great Pyramid of Giza or the Great Sphinx are not only the biggest Egyptian constructions, but perhaps the most enigmatic ones.
Akhenaten was a pharaoh who had lived for 17 years. He was the father of the most well-known Tutankhamun. Many called him one of the most prominent theological innovators and monotheists.
According to legend, the gods sent Akhenaten to conquer the earth at the time of Zep Tepi. That era relates to the days when the gods controlled the world. Later, he became a pharaoh and directed the destruction of the iconography of the former gods, accepting only one image, that of the light. It’s portrayed as a poor human.
Recently, the scientists have carried out new laboratory tests and the findings are, to say the least, mind-blowing.
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