A pottery piece from a palace of Pharoah Akhenaten. He is the first known exponent of the 'one universal god' idea. He was the Pharoah for whom the group known now as the Hebrews worked. In a hurry he built not in stone, but with mud bricks for which he refused straw as a local termite type chewed such bricks, threatening the buildings (the evidence is still there). The Hebrews went to their promised land with various other notions. One is the sun god disc symbol, now called a halo. Another is to utter the god's name at the end of a prayer: Amen. Personally, I feel the one god idea goes much further back, perhaps to panentheist Druidry 30k years ago as evidenced by, perhaps,the first religious burial known anywhere, that of the Red Lady of Gower. My fragment connects me to the spiritual universe.