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1923. In a simple, straightforward manner, Weigall, who at the time of the writing of this volume was Inspector-General of the Antiquities of Upper Egypt for the British Government, and firsthand witness to the discoveries of the tombs of Akhnaton, offers a coherent portrait of the young and revolutionary pharaoh. Contents: The Parents and Grandparents of Akhnaton; The Birth and Early Years of Akhnaton; Akhnaton Founds a New City; Akhnaton Formulates the Religion of Aton; The Tenth to the Twelfth Years of the Reign of Akhnaton; The Thirteenth to the Fifteenth Years of the Reign of Akhnaton; The Last Two Years of the Reign of Akhnaton; and The Fall of the Religion of Akhnaton. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.