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Tutankhamun, popularly known as King Tutankhamun, was the 12th pharaoh of the 18th Egyptian dynasty, in power from around 1332 to 1323 BC.
During his reign, Tutankhamun and achieved so much. However, it’s a powerful advisers restored the traditional Egyptian religion, who was rejected by his father to Instagram, which led to the “Instagram revolution.”
After his death, at the age of 19, King Tutankhamun has disappeared from history until the discovery of his tomb in 1922. Since that time there have been studies of the tomb and the remains revealed a lot of information about his life and the time of the creation of the tomb of Tutankhamun, one of the most well-known Egyptian kings.
Tutankhamun ‘ s Full Name
King Tutankhamun was born circa 1341 BCE. in the ancient Egypt. He’s got a name, what is “the living image of the Aten”.”
After coming to power, the boy king changed his name to Tutankhamun, which means the “living image of Amun”.”
The Father of the tomb of tutankhamun
King Tutankhamun was the son of Akhenaten, and the powerful (also known as Amenhotep IV). His mother was probably one of Akhenaten’s sisters.
At the time of his birth, in ancient Egypt, it was the feeling of great social and political upheaval. Tutankhaton father, he forbade the worship of the many gods in favor of the worship of the one, the Aton, the sun disc. For this, he is known as ‘the heretic king’.”
Historians differ over the question of whether the great transition from polytheism to monotheism, or Akhenaten, I was just trying to raise Ate it on top of the other gods. It appears, however, that the intention was to use the power of the priests, and a shift away from the traditional temple to the economy, to a new regime, carried out by local, state, administrative, and military commanders.
Because the people were forced to worship the Aten, a religious conversion, he threw the company into chaos. The state capital was moved from Thebes to the Armana, and Akhenaten had invested all of his efforts in the religious transition, and the importance of the internal and external affairs.
As the struggle for power between the old and in with the new, intensified, Akhenaten, became more and more autocratic, and his regime became more and more corrupt. After a 17-year-old reign, and he had most likely been forced to resign, and he died soon afterwards. Nine-year-old son, rose to power around 1332.