Smaller Aten Temple, Amarna

Illustration

Ibolya Horvath
by Institute for the Study of the Ancient World
published on 21 September 2017
Smaller Aten Temple, Amarna

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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