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1386 BCE - 1295 BCE: No mention of God's Wife of Amun during the reigns of Amenhotep III, Akhenaten, Tutankhamun, and Horemheb.
1353 BCE - 1336 BCE: Reign of Akhenaten, Tutankhamun's father, `Heretic King' of Egypt.
1350 BCE: Birth of Ankhsenamun, daughter of Akhenaten and Nefertiti, wife of Tutankhamun.
1345 BCE - 1327 BCE: Life of Tutankhamun.
1336 BCE: Tutankhamun marries Ankhsenamun, his half-sister.
1336 BCE: Royal Marriage of Ankhsenamun to Tutankhamun.
1336 BCE - 1327 BCE: Reign of Tutankhamun with Ankhsenamun as Queen.
1336 BCE: Tutankhamun re-establishes the old religion of Egypt after the death of Akhenaten; cult of Amun resumes.
1336 BCE - 1327 BCE: Reign of Tutankhamun who reverses Akhenaten's reforms and restores traditional religious practices.
1336 BCE - 1327 BCE: Reign of pharaoh Tutankhamun who reverses Akhenaten's policies and restores traditional religion to Egypt.
1334 BCE: Tutankhamun returns capital to Thebes.
1334 BCE: Tutankhamun moves capital from city of Akhetaten back to Thebes, re-instates Cult of Amun at Thebes.
1334 BCE: Tutankhamun initiates religious reforms returning Egypt to traditional belief structure.
1333 BCE - 1323 BCE: The temple to Tutankhamun built and dedicated.
1327 BCE: Tutankhamun's Advisor Ay succeeds him.
1327 BCE: Death of Tutankhamun at the age of 18.
1327 BCE: Golden statue and alabaster canopic jar of Serket placed in tomb of Tutankhamun.
1327 BCE - 1320 BCE: The vizier Ay reigns as pharaoh and continues Tutankhamun's policies.
1327 BCE - 1320 BCE: Reign of the vizier Ay who continues Tutankhamun's policies.
1327 BCE: Tutankhamun dies at age 18.
1327 BCE - 1323 BCE: Reign of Ay in Egypt.
1320 BCE - 1292 BCE: Reign of Horemheb in Egypt, Tutankhamun's name erased from record.
1320 BCE: Commander-in-Chief of the Army, Horemheb, succeeds Ay as ruler of Egypt