Charles, you wrote;
We have concluded here that Akhenaten was no different than any other member of the royal family. He was not hated for being a Hebrew, but because he failed (in the minds of most of his relatives) to properly fulfill his appointed role.
It is, as you say, very difficult to compare Akhenaten with Moses. It is the proverbial "comparing apples and oranges". Akhenaten was a king who lived at a particular time. Moses is a composite literary invention that combines the lives of multiple kings who lived at widely varying times in history but shared a similar typecasting within the royal family. There is also a bit of good old-fashioned story telling and myth thrown in for good measure."
As you well know, I represent the Fomenko version of history, so your words as copied above, virtually mimic the Fomenko theory! All history is/was "a composit literary invention that combines the lives of multiple kings who lived at widely varing times in history but shared a similar type casting within the royal family.!"
Charles, you have just totally stated the most important thesis of the Fomenko, thus revisionist, history of the world!!
You have basically stated the Fomenko theory verbatim! All you and those on this list have to do is to remove over 1,000 years (more or less) from our currently accepted history!
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