Aton at English => English (The Britannica Concise) Of Explained:
In ancient Egyptian religion, a sun god, depicted as the solar disk emitting rays terminating in human hands. The pharaoh Akhenaton (r.1353-36 BC) declared Aton to be the only god, and in opposition to the Amon-Re priesthood of Thebes, built the city of Akhetaton as the center for Aton's worship, but Aton's religion is poorly understood. After Akhenaton's death, the old religion was restored.
aton at English (WD) Of Explained:
PronounInter: head » hil|pronoun|head=áton
Alternative forms* Inter: qualifier » Rumantsch Grischun|Sursilvan|Sutsilvan Inter: l » rm|atun
- Inter: qualifier » Puter|Vallader Inter: l » rm|utuon
EtymologyFrom Inter: etyl » la|rm Inter: term » autumnus|lang=la.
NounInter: rm-noun » m
Category: Category:rm:Calendar terms -
Category: Category:rm:Seasons -
Translation: ko » aton
Translation: io » aton