Limestone stela of Akhenaten
Akhenaten, Tell el-Amarna, Egypt, 18th dynasty, around 1340 B.C.E. Limestone stela, British Museum, London.

An Egyptian archaeological site built by Akhenaten and notable for its cache of ancient diplomatic letters.

A sequence of rulers from the same family.

An upright stone slab usually inscribed or carved for commemorative purposes.

An alternate spelling for "tel" meaning a mound or hill-shaped site containing several occupational layers one on top of the other over milennia.

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