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Det demokratiske partiet og slaveriet i USA

Originalt publisert på https://steigan.no/2020/08/det-demokratiske-partiet-og-slaveriet-i-usa/

Billedstormerne fortsetter sine utrenskninger i USA, men når man begynner å tukle med historien, kan man risikere å møte seg sjøl i døra. Dette fikk speaker i Representantenes hus Nancy Pelosi erfare da hun tok initiativet til å fjerne fire statuer i kongressbygningen. Argumentet var at de personene de representerte hadde deltatt i De Konfødererte…

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" With Akhenaten’s death, the Aten cult he had founded fell out of favor: at first gradually, and then with decisive finality. Tutankhaten changed his name to Tutankhamun in Year 2 of his reign (c. 1332 BC) and abandoned the city of Akhetaten.[155] Their successors then attempted to erase Akhenaten and his family from the historical record. During the reign of Horemheb, the last pharaoh of the Eighteenth Dynasty and the first pharaoh after Akhenaten who was not related to Akhenaten’s family, Egyptians started to destroy temples to the Aten and reuse the building blocks in new construction projects, including in temples for the newly restored god Amun. Horemheb’s successor continued in this effort. Seti Irestored monuments to Amun and had the god’s name re-carved on inscriptions where it was removed by Akhenaten. Seti I also ordered that Akhenaten, Smenkhkare, Neferneferuaten, Tutankhamun, and Ay be excised from official lists of pharaohs to make it appear that Amenhotep III was immediately succeeded by Horemheb. Under the Ramessides, who succeeded Seti I, Akhetaten was gradually destroyed and the building material reused across the country, such as in constructions at Hermopolis. The negative attitudes toward Akhenaten were illustrated by, for example, inscriptions in the tomb of scribe Mose (or Mes), where Akhenaten’s reign is referred to as “the time of the enemy of Akhet-Aten.”[156][157][158]"

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