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There was a King in Egypt

by Norma Lorimer

The monarch indicated in There was a King in Egypt is Akhnaton, theheretic Pharaoh, first brought home to the English reader by the well known Egyptian archaeologist, Mr. Arthur Weigall. Akhnaton, or Amenhotep IV., has an interest for the whole world as the firstMessiah. Like Our Lord, he was of Syrian parentage--on the mother'sside. Interest in him is undying, because underlying his Sun-symbolismwe have the first foreshadowings of the altruism of Christianity.

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