Mistress of the Two Lands, Nefer-nefru-Aton, Nofretete
Living and flourishing for ever and ever.
Translated by J. H. Breasted, in Development of Religion and
Thought in Ancient Egypt, Chicago, 1912, pp. 324-328.
1 The King’s name is given different spellings by different Egyptologists. Sir Flinders Petrie writes it Akhenaten; Sir Wallis Budge, Aakhun-Aten; J. H. Breasted, Ikhnaton; and Arthur Weigall, Akhnaton, the spelling which we have adopted in this book.
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