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CHAPTER 11. AKHENATEN INVENTS THE FIRST
MONOTHEISM, ACCOMPANIED BY THE AMARNA ART
THE ROOTS OF ATEN PRIMITIVE MONOTHEISM: HELIOPOLITAN SOLAR THEOLOGY,
THEBAN AMUNISM, CHIEF GOD MONOTHEISING THEOLOGY, AND EGYPTIAN POLITICAL
AND RELIGIOUS IMPERIALISM
As we shall now see, Atenism lacked many of the attributes of what can be
considered full-blown or authentic monotheism, but at least on the theological
level of the invention of a sole god, there can hardly be any doubt that Akhenaten
invented a monotheism, mankind’s first monotheism. Nevertheless, denials and
doubts about this continue to be expressed among many historians and Egyptologists.
Some of the reasons may be that the messy process of inventing monotheism
is painfully clear in Akhenaten’s career, in its failure and in its relation to
pre- and post-monotheism in Egypt, while in Israel, as messy as the process also
was, monotheism eventually succeeded. Quite simply, the propensity of our
mindset is to focus on the Egyptian mess and not on the Hebrew mess.
The invention of Aten primitive monotheism was directly linked to the pivotal
animistic and theological place of the sun expressed in Egypt from the earliest
times and to Re and Heliopolitan “lightland” solar theology, assimilated and
developed by Theban Amunism, the Amun-Re chief god theology.
Both the religious fervor for the sun and the theological amalgamating and
unifying tendencies which finally resulted in Atenism were clearly present in the
Re-Horakhte concept of the combined royal sun god of the Old Kingdom Fourth
Dynasty (c. 2613–2494 BC) solar cult theologians of Heliopolis. Re was the
head of the solar cycle and of the simultaneous diversity and ultimate harmony of
the universe. Re and the nine gods and goddesses of the Heliopolis Ennead
expressed the entirety of the universe. The pharaoh incarnated as a god, as Re’s
son, ruled on earth.
With ups and downs, the monotheising tendencies of the Re solar cult
were amplified over about a thousand years and by the opening of the New Kingdom,
and certainly by Amenhotep III’s time (c. 1391–1352 BC), Egypt was on the
verge of Aten solar cult monolatry, or monotheism, depending on how one interprets