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The origin of the Egyptian queen Nefertiti ("he beauty has come"), stirs many controversies. Some people say that she is the daughter of the Pharaoh’s cavalry general Ay, others say that she comes from Mitanni, an ancient state from the Northwest Mesopotamia, as the daughter of King Tusratta; others say that she is the daughter of Pharaoh Amenhotep III, who became her husband afterwards.

"The beauty has come" (Nefertiti) marries Amenhotep III (Akhenaten), most probably in 1364 before Christ. Together with her husband, Nefertiti manages to change not only the politics but also the religion, innovating a new cult dedicated to Aton - the Sun God. Nefertiti was one of the first women who realized that, regardless of the size and complexity of an organization — of any kind — the leader defines the style, establishes the tone, chooses the direction and becomes the interface between the organization and its « public ». She used these principles very cleverly and she managed to consolidate an empire, becoming one of the most powerful women in the world.

Together with her husband, Nefertiti succeeds in organizing both the financial and the human resources in an almost managerial manner. The period in which the two of them led the Egypt is one of the few periods with low popular revolts, when the slaves’ work was duly rewarded, when the work was well supervised and the public servants from the new temples covered the social jobs. In a few words: they built a capital city (Amarna) in the middle of the dessert. Some controversial sources say that Nefertiti would have broken the traditions and would have been the first woman who led the Egypt as a full-rights Pharaoh under a masculine name – Neferneferuaten (between the death of her husband and the beginning of Tutankhamun’s leadership).

In 1350, Nefertiti disappears from the public life, in the same mysterious manner in which she appeared in the history of Egypt! The name of the woman who supported and advised the pharaoh in the political and religious activity is wiped off the Egyptian monuments, while her statues are broken, at the request of Akhenaten. Akhenaten wanted, according to the Egyptian religion, to eliminate Nefertiti from both the real and the spiritual life, wiping her face off the monuments. But, a woman with the personality, beauty and intelligence of Nefertiti could not simply disappear, not even at a pharaoh’s wish …after thousands of years her name is well-known worldwide and her husband’s name, Amenhotep ( Akhenaten), is mentioned (besides the historical environment) only in connection with her!

    This character can be perfectly matched with the words of Graham Bell:

    Never follow a path already followed, it will lead to places where others have already been. (Graham Bell)
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