Smaller Aten Temple, Amarna

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Ibolya Horvath
by Institute for the Study of the Ancient World
published on 21 September 2017
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The Small Aten Temple, built during the reign of Akhenaten (1353-1336 BCE), is still visible today due to reconstruction efforts following the in situ ancient gypsum building plan. Amarna, Egypt.
Photo by Kyera Giannini (2009).

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