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Tutankhamen, Notes

TUTANKHAMEN

AMENISM, ATENISM AND EGYPTIAN MONOTHEISM

WITH HIEROGLYPHIC TEXTS OF HYMNS TO AMEN AND ATEN, TRANSLATIONS AND ILLUSTRATIONS BY
SIR ERNEST A. WALLIS BUDGE, LITT. D., D. LITT.
KEEPER OF THE EGYPTIAN AND ASSYRIAN ANTIQUITIES IN THE BRITISH MUSEUM

New York: Dodd, Mead & Co.

[1923]

NOTES

The kings of the XVIIIth dynasty reigned about 230 years, i.e., from about B.C. 1580 to 1350; their names are as follows:--

Aahmes 1580, reigned about 22 years.

Amenhetep I, about 1558-7, reigned about 10 years.

Thothmes I, about 1546, reigned about 30 years.

Thothmes II, about 1500, reigned about 3 years.

Hatshepsut, Thothmes III about 1500 to 1447.

Amenhetep II, about 1448, reigned about 26 years.

Thothmes IV, about 1420, reigned about 8 years.

Amenhetep III, about 1412, reigned 36 years.

Amenhetep IV, about 1376, reigned 17 years.

Sakara, Tutankhamen, Ai reigned 8-12 years.

Heremheb, about 1350, reigned 34 years.

Redactors Note: the diacritical marks in the original have been omitted.

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