For ancient Egyptian kings thus names, use Amenhotep.
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founded by the colorful king Amenophis IV, Akhenaten.
Amenhotep IV (Amenophis IV in Greek) was born to his father, Amenhotep III, and his mother, the powerful Queen Tiye, during a highpoint of the 18th Dynasty.
It was Amenophis II who adopted Resheph as a deity.
The letters convey political messages exchanged between Amenophis (1364 BC) and Akhnaton.
Amenophis ile Mittani Krali Tushrata nin tedavileri icin de Asurlu hekimlerin gonderildigi anlasilmaktadir.
One of the accounts we have of this pharaoh is given by Joseph Flavius in his book entitled Against Apion, he observes that Amenophis (Akhenaton) who wanted to be able to 'see the Gods', rebelled against the religion of his ancestors, and that a group of leprous Egyptians, assisted by the shepherds (Hyksos) from Jerusalem fought against the army of Egypt, but were defeated.
There is the earlier monotheism of Pharaoh Amenophis IV, who took the name of Akhenaton, and launched an exclusive cult of the solar disk, several centuries before the commonly accepted date of Moses.
(3) A nature-hymn (Psalm 104) engages with the hymn to Sun god (Ra') written by Akhnathen (Amenophis IV), and some biblical wisdom literature (e.g., Proverbs 22:17-24:35) is related to the teaching of Amen-em-apt.
Summary: In the Cairo Museum, behind a colossal group of limestone statues of King Amenophis III, his wife Tyi and three of their daughters, from the temple of Medinat Habu on the West Bank at Luxor, there is a small section dedicated to Pharaoh Amenhoptep IV.
Cette fete religieuse, instauree par Amenophis III, a la gloire d'Amon, etait l'occasion de rejouissance dans tout le pays.