Category:Karnak temple of Aten
The Temple of Amenhotep IV at Karnak in Luxor, Egypt, was constructed during the first four years of the reign of the Egyptian Pharaoh Akhenaten, when he still referred to himself as Amenhotep IV. It was constructed outside the boundaries of the Precinct of Amon-Re, to the east. The main temple was named Gm–p3–itn (Gempaaten), which means "The Sun Disc is Found in the Estate of the God Aten". The others were named Hwt–bnbn (Hwt benben / "The Mansion of the Benben Stone"), Rwd–mnw–n–itn–r–nhh (Rud-menu / "Sturdy are the Monuments of the Sun Disc Forever"), and Tni–mnw–n–itn–r–nhh (Teni–menu / "Exalted are the Monuments of the Sun Disc Forever"). More...
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Media in category "Karnak temple of Aten"
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- Plan temple d'Aton Karnak.jpg 345 × 403; 52 KB
- Plan temple d'Aton Karnak.svg 345 × 400; 37 KB
- Gempaaten talatats.jpg 667 × 500; 130 KB
- Relief of Akhenaten in front of Aton Ägyptisches Museum Berlin.jpg 2,423 × 1,497; 2.08 MB
- Relief of Nefertiti in front of Aton Ägyptisches Museum Berlin.jpg 2,560 × 1,920; 2.88 MB
- Tempelrelief des Echnaton.jpg 2,722 × 1,898; 2.24 MB
- Ägypten 1999 (272) Luxor-Museum- Mauerteil des Gem-pa-Aton (27753847933).jpg 6,515 × 4,297; 15.02 MB