Some consider him as the precursor of Christ. Others see in him a proto-hippy or the figurehead of the gay movement. A monotheist before the concept was invented, husband of Nefertiti and the father of Tutankhamen, this pharaoh had everything it takes to make the West fantasise. In the bibliography devoted to him (1), the Liège Egyptologist Dimitri Laboury filters the old myths through contemporary science.
(1) Dimitri Laboury, Akhénaton, Pygmalion, Paris, 2010, 482 pages.