Yes, I'm sure there is much more to learn from Akhmin. I have identified it as the "Bethlehem of Egypt". Certainly it was an important "family seat" for Yuya/Joseph in the 18th Dynasty, and continued to be venerated in later times, even into the Christian era.
The birthright belonged to Joseph, or so the saying goes, which placed him in the role of "Zeus" and his sons and grandsons after him, namely Amenhotep III, Akhenaten, Smenkhare and Tutankhamun. The Greek form of Smenkhkare's nickname Elijah is Elias, an epithet of Zeus.
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