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Akhenaten

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Included Formats
Maya 2008 Maya Software
3ds Max 8 Default Scanline
FBX FBX200611
OBJ
STL
Other TEXTURES

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3D Model Specifications
Product ID:1100732
Published:
Geometry:Polygonal
Polygons:19,565
Vertices:9,887
Textures:Yes
Materials:Yes
Rigged:No
Animated:No
UV Mapped:Yes
Unwrapped UVs:Yes, non-overlapping
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Description
3D HD Model of Akhenaten
Files in Winrar Archives.

Native Format is Autodesk Maya 2008 and up
Located in Scene XYZ=0,0,0

Incluides files in Winrar Archive:

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HIGH POLY with textures (.obj.fbx.mb .Max) and .STL Files
LOW POLY with textures (.obj.fbx.mb .Max)

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-Color
-Bump
-Normal Map


8192x8192 / .jpg
4096x4096.jpg in low poly model


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Akhenaten ('He who is of service to the Aten' or 'Effective Spirit of Aten') is one of the most famous pharaohs of ancient Egypt, despite the attempts of later rulers to omit him from the lists of kings. He began his reign under the name Amenhotep IV ('Amun is satisfied'). As the son of Amenhotep III, he inherited a prosperous and peaceful nation. He was crowned pharaoh with all of the usual flair and began an apparently normal reign. It is thought that his father reigned as co-regent during the first few years, but this is disputed by some scholars. The co-regency is supported by similarities in the artistic style during the later years of Amenhotep III and that of his son, but the style may well have developed before Akhenaten (then Amenhotep IV) became king.



However, it became clear early in his reign that the young king was prepared to go against convention. In his first year, he built a Temple dedicated to the Aten at the perimeter of the Temple of Amun at Karnak. He took the unconventional step of celebrating a Sed-festival in his third year (this festival was usually conducted in the thirtieth year of a Pharaoh's reign) but still presented the Aten as a variant of Amun-Ra.
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