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  • 1. HISTORY 26 Lecture Seventeen: Imperial Egypt and the Amarna Period ( c . 1458 - 1336 BC)
  • 2. The New Kingdom Dynasty 18 (1550 - 1295 BC)
    • Ahmose
    • Amenhotep I
    • Thutmose I
    • Thutmose II
    • Queen Hatshepsut
    • Thutmose III
    • Amenhotep II
    • Thutmose IV
    • Amenhotep III
    • Amenhotep IV/ Akhenaten
    • Neferneferuaten
    • Tutankhamun
    • Ay
    • Horemheb
  • 3. Expedition to Punt
  • 4. Djeser djeseru , ‘Holy of Holies’ (Deir el-Bahri)
  • 5. Mentuhotep’s Mortuary Complex (Deir el-Bahri)
  • 6. Hatshepsut Maatkara (1473 - 1458 BC)
    • ‘ He who shall do her homage shall live, he who shall speak evil in blasphemy of her Majesty shall die.’
    • A symbiotic relationship with her nobles
      • Private tombs at Thebes and Saqqara
      • Private statues dedicated at Karnak
    • The dishonoring of Hatshepsut
  • 7. Thutmose III Menkheperra (1479 - 1425 BC)
  • 8.  
  • 9. Thutmose III on the Seventh Pylon of the Temple of Amun (Karnak)
  • 10. Amenhotep II Aakheperura (1427 - 1400 BC)
    • Military expeditions give way to the importance of Syrian luxury goods
      • Yearly deliveries ( inu )
      • Tomb of Kenamun
    • The king of Mitanni is transformed from arch-enemy to “brother”
  • 11. Amenhotep III and Queen Tiye (1390 - 1352 BC)
  • 12. The Aten
  • 13. Amenhotep IV and Nefertiti (1352 - 1336 BC)
  • 14. Atum, Shu, and Tefnut
    • The Aten, Amenhotep, and Nefertiti
  • 15. From Amenhotep IV to Akhenaten
  • 16. Akhetaten, “Horizon of the Aten” (Tell el-Amarna)
  • 17. From Amenhotep, “Amun is pleased” to Akhenaten, “He who acts effectively on behalf of the Aten”