How King Akhenaten lost his throne
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King Akhenaten was the ruler in the 17th Dynasty. He was often greedy and he underestimated his son, Tutankhamun.
"I'm the greatest king in the land! I will never lose my throne!"
"When will I become pharaoh?"
"Never! I will be pharaoh forever!"
King Akenhaten is too snobby to be king. I wish his son would take over!
His son is not anything like him! He will be a great king!
King Akhenaten's wife walked past and realized the people all agreed that her son would be the best king, so she decided to poison her husband.
One day later, King Akenaten died and his son became king, but he was unprepared and didn't understand the consequences of his decisions.
King Akenhaten's wife regrets poisoning him. She can't control her son and she is blamed for the bad decisions he makes.
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