HFM 037 | Akhenaten: The Heretic King of Egypt and Father of Tutankhamun (r. 1353-1334 B.C.) with Dominic Perry from Egyptian History Podcast

October 14, 2013


What does it take to be considered the “heretic king” in a society that worshipped cats and literally everything under the sun? We find out by exploring the life of Akhenaten: the father of the famed Tutankhamun. He reigned from 1353-1334 B.C. and has quite an interesting life.

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Michael writes history books on dictators, the Middle East, and insane rulers, not necessarily in that order. He lives somewhere between Europe and Asia (literally)

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