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          G. Elliot Smith, The Royal Mummies, Catalogue Général du Musée du Caire, Nos 61051-61100, Cairo
 Skull of Skeleton attributed to Amenophis IV (Echnaton), 1351-1334, CG61075   

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scans of Smith's
original plates.(1912)
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Found in tomb KV55, Bibân el-Molouk, Thebes (formerly attributed to Queen Teye or to Semenchkaraw)
There is a continuing discussion as to if this is Echnaton's skull. I suggest that you read Smith's text. Be that as it
may, this is a good example of the detail which can be gained by digital processing prints of old (1912) black and
white photos.