In almost every known depiction of Akhenaten
In almost every known depiction of Akhenaten, there is a sunlight based circle that is placed above him, it is apparently a representation of the sun god Aten. In spite of the case that Aten existed in the Egyptian religion before the Amarna time, he before long arose to be known as the most important of all divine beings as Akhenaten aspire to remove all clues of the previous panthea and make Aten the single god in the sky. Additionally, Pharaoh revere decreased immensely in the craftsmanship (however was not evacuated totally) and was supplanted by imitation of Akhenaten loving Aten, in this way displace the action that the pharaoh was a divine being in his own particular right. With this new confidence, portrayals of Akhenaten were also separated from pictures of the past as his job turned out to be more accommodating to the desire of the god, and afterward, his portraits were less power based.