Aten


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Aten

[′ä‚ten]
(astronomy)
The first asteroid found to have a period less than that of the earth, 346.93 days, with an orbital eccentricity of 0.19.
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Richie and Aten studied the multimedia effects of audio and visual on reading and found that reading competency is dependent on both auditory as well as visual processing (Robinson, 1985).
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Having proscribed the worship of the traditional pantheon, the king who began his reign as Amenhotep IV soon changed his name to Akhenaten, `the spirit of the Aten', and promulgated a new, monotheistic religion with the Aten as the one god and himself as the divinity's sole representative on earth.
It was represented by the sun disk, the Aten, whose elaborate name was enclosed in cartouches beginning early in the king's reign.
It belongs to the elite class of Aten asteroids--those that circle the Sun in less than a year and range only briefly outside the Earth's orbit.
In the introduction to their research report, Siegel, Aten, & Enaharo note that it is estimated that one fifth of people with HIV were infected as teenagers.
Bucking the powerful priesthood class, the pharaoh began to ignore Egypt's vast pantheon of anthropomorphic dieties and devote himself entirely to Aten, the sun god.
Akhenaten and Nefertiti built a beautiful city near Thebes called Amarna, which was dedicated to the worship of Aten.