Ancient History

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Okay, hypothesis time XD.

That Akhenaten challenged the religous system of New Kingdom Egypt and the role of a typical New Kingdom pharoah. Furthermore he did not create any lasting reforms, was detrimental to Egypts development and did not act as a typical New Kingdom pharoah.

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    The first is not a complete sentence. Get rid of "That" -- there is one comma needed -- there is one apostrophe needed -- "as" should be "like" since it's not followed by a clause.

    Content is fine.

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