Boundary stele of Akhenaten's city of Amarna, Tuna el-Gebel, Egypt, c1350-1334 BC. The stele, marked Stele A by Flinders Petrie, was erected to mark the inclusion of the area to Akhenaten's new capital of Amarna. The nearby necropolis of Hermopolis Magna was in use from the 19th dynasty until Ptolemaic times (1295-100 BC).
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