What are you quoting from?
I still remember your previous post about the Persians building a Babylon on the Nile.
All of these various regions were thought of as reflections of one another. For example, the geography of Greece was laid out as something of a mirror image of Egypt. The placement of sister cities in Israel likewise pattern after Egypt.
The city of Akhetaten was certainly a type of Babylon. I also found reason to believe that Akhenaten also had a literal presence in traditional Babylon under the Babylonian name of Nebuchadrezzar (the First). Only those with a "god's eye" view would have been able to appreciate the geographic replication.
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