Akhenaten and Nefertiti
Author: Aldred, Cyril
Publisher: Studio, 1973
Egyptologist Cyril Aldred explores the lives of Akhenaton and Nefertiti, two of the most remarkable figures in the history of Ancient Egypt.
Akhenaten and the Religion of Light
Author: Hornung, Erik
Publisher: Cornell University Press, 1999
A fascinating study of the Egyptian king who created a cult devoted to the sun god Aten.
The Akhenaten Colossi of Karnak
Author: Manniche, Lise
Publisher: American University in Cairo Press, 2010
Lise Manniche presents the history of the discovery of several statue fragments from the Aten temple at Karna; the profusion of opinions on the appearance of the king and his alleged medical conditions; and the various suggestions for an interpretation of the perplexing evidence.
Akhenaten: Egypt's False Prophet
Author: Reeves, Nicholas
Publisher: Thames & Hudson, 2005
Nicholas Reeves takes issue with the existing view of Akhenaton, presenting an entirely new perspective on the turbulent events of his seventeen-year reign.
Akhenaten: History, Fantasy and Ancient Egypt
Author: Montserrat, Dominic
Publisher: Routledge, 2000
This provocative new biography examines both the real Akhenaton and the myths that have been created around him. It scrutinises the history of the pharaoh, his reign and the archaeology of Akhenaten's capital city, Amarna.
Akhenaten: King of Egypt
Author: Aldred, Cyril
Publisher: Thames and Hudson, 1991
The end of the 18th dynasty was marked by the reign of the heretic king Akhenaton. Cyril Aldred examines this interesting and intriguing period, focussing on its principal actor, Akhenaton himself.
Akhenaten. The Heretic King
Author: Redford, Donald B.
Publisher: Princeton University Press, 1987
This book is not just another study on Akhenaton, the king who changed religious and political beliefs in late 18th Dynasty Egypt. Donald B. Redford examines the political motivation behind what has often been described as an idealistic revolution.
Akhenaten and Tutankhamun: Revolution and Restoration
Authors: Silverman, David P. e.a.
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, 2006
Three Egyptologists investigate how and why Akhenaton made fundamental changes in the social contract between himself and his subjects on one side, and between the solar god, Aten, and himself on the other.
Amarna Sunset: Nefertiti, Tutankhamun, Ay, Horemheb, and the Egyptian Counter-Reformation
Author: Dodson, Aidan
Publisher: The American University in Cairo Press, 2009
This new study, drawing on the latest research, tells the story of the decline and fall of the pharaoh Akhenaton's religious revolution in the fourteenth century BC.
A Bibliography of the Amarna Period and Its Aftermath: The Reigns of Akhenaten, Smenkhkare, Tutankhamun and Ay
Author: Martin, Geoffrey T.
Publisher: Kegan Paul, 1992
A bibliographic survey of one of Ancient Egypt's most interesting and debated periods: the Amarna Period and its aftermath.
The City of Akhenaten and Nefertiti: Amarna and Its People
Author: Barry Kemp
Publisher: Thames & Hudson, 2012
Based on more than three decades of research and excavation by Barry Kemp, the world authority on the city and its enigmatic pharaoh, this definitive account provides new insight into Amarna and its people.
Nefertiti: Egypt's Sun Queen
Author: Tyldesley, Joyce
Publisher: Viking, 1999
An intriguing study of the life and times of Nefertiti, Akhenaton's (principal) queen. The author examines the many theories surrounding Nefertiti's origin's and family relationship, her marriage and her role during the Amarna-revolution.
The Search for Nefertiti : The True Story of an Amazing Discovery
Author: Fletcher, Joann
Publisher: William Morrow, 2004
Joann Fletcher digs into the past, trying to find who was Nefertiti, and comes up with a tantalising discovery.