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EVERY SITE ONLINE DEALING WITH AMARNA!*

* or at least, I try - help me out by suggesting links!

Explore my suggested links right here, scroll down for more links by category or search the site. Very new links which haven't yet been added may show up on our page for New & Cool on the Web.

My suggested links:

  • The Amarna E-Groups Discussion Group
  • Ask your questions and discuss your theories with almost a hundred other interested participants. Discuss via email, chat online, exchange links, take polls.

Tour some of the more prominent Amarna sites on the internet via this friendly webring. You'll find a nice mix of hard core amarna theorists, egyptology in general and new and exciting (or sometimes weird) ideas.  The Akhet-Aten Home Page is proud to be a member of this web ring.

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    This site has tons of useful information about all aspects of Egyptian History. And its discussion of the Amarna period is one of the most in-depth online. Well hyper-linked and easy to navigate, it's a great place to learn.

  • The Amarna Royalty
  • A very nice site containing information about Royalty of the 18th dynasty, links to outside information, and a reading list.

  • A Slice of Time - Amarna
  • A wide variety of information about the Amarna period. Includes pictures, maps, building plans, theories, and geneology.

  • Akhenaten, Tutankhamun and the Amarna Period (from Akhet Internet)
  • This subsection of Akhet Internet is an Amarna site in itself. It's very complete and includes, in particular, some very nice graphics. The information includes some lesser-known aspects of the Amarna period.

  • Akhenaten
    In-depth information about the Pharaoh and his time, his unique physique and Amarna art, and his family. A fantastic, in-depth site.

    This collection of amarna pieces has a fascinating history. This site also has excellent recommendations for finding out more about Amarna.

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(Chances are, you won't find anything I haven't already indexed in one of the categories above, but if you do, please let me know)

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