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Tel-el-Amarna

Tel`-el-A`mar´na
Tel-el-Amarna tablets, ortheAmarna tablets) wasfoundhere, formingthediplomaticcorrespondence (Tel-el-Amarna letters) ofAmenophis IV.andhisfather, Amenophis III., withthekingsofAsiaticcountries (suchasBabylonia, Assyria, andPalestine), writtenincuneiformcharacters. ItisanimportantsourceofourknowledgeofAsiafromabout1400to1370b. c.. ThenameofthesiteisalsospelledTell-el-Amarna, Tell el Amarna, andTel Amarna.
n.1.A station on the Nile in Egypt, midway between Thebes and Memphis, forming the site of the ancient city of Akhetaton, capital of Amenophis IV. (Akhenaton, or Amenhotep IV., of the 18th dynasty, king 1353-1336 B. C.), whose archive chamber was discovered there during extensive excavations in 1887-1888. A collection of about 300 clay tablets (called the
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