Prior to his reign the many priesthoods were very powerful, and slowly over long periods of Egyptian history they whittled away at Pharoah's power. Trying to consolidate power and centralize it in the person of Pharoah wasn't a bad idea, but Akhenaten's approach was much too radical and extreme. At one point, Pharoah was seen as the High Priest of every cult. Akhenaten obliterated the cults. The priesthoods fought to get their power back, and it didn't take them long.
They reacted with anger Hoped it helped:)
it is pronounced Akhenaton
Religious revolution is a revolution that is primarily motivated by religion as opposed to any other factor.
Instead on worshiping many gods he changed the religon to only worshiping one god
Akhenaton ruled Thebes.
It is not known how Akhenaton died.
it's not!. it is how autocrasies fail.
That which did not fail.
King Tut restored the older cult of Amon-Re that his uncle Akhenaton abolished.
That would be Akhenaton, from Dnasty XVIII 1353-1335 BCE.
Akhenaton was the father of Tutankhamun who followed him as Pharaoh.
Akhenaton was a leader (pharaoh) of Egypt.
In soviet Russia The Russia revolution Succeeded
Akhenaton ruled for over 70 years
Yes, Akhenaton was King Tutankhamens father.
The Russian Revolution Didnt Fail. If Anything It Sucseeded. The Tsar St Nicholas II Got Scared When He Found Out That He Promised Change.
yes....most people fail if they are not entergetic!
Akhenaton changed art from stiff and serious to FLOWY.
Akhenaton was married to Nefertiti and a woman called Kiya, the mother of Tutankhamun
The scientific revolution caused religious controversies, while the Industrial Revolution led to worker exploitation
akhenaton created the worship of the sun which made the egyptians very angry they ended up going back to the old system of religion.
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