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Bronze plate with the titulary of Amenhotep IV before he changed his name to Akhenaten. Height 38 cm, width 8.9 cm, thickness 0.3 cm, London. British Museum, EA 41643. The inscription reads: The foremost, son of Ra, his beloved, Amenhotep, divine ruler of Thebes.
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Bronze plate with the titulary of Amenhotep IV before he changed his name to Akhenaten. Height 38 cm, width 8.9 cm, thickness 0.3 cm, London. British Museum, EA 41643. The inscription reads: The foremost, son of Ra, his beloved, Amenhotep, divine ruler of Thebes.

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