Osman Hamdi Bey (30 December 1842 – 24 February 1910) was born in the Ottoman Empire. He was a notable painter, artist, archaeologist, museographer and writer.
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The Eastern Workers village at Amarna in Egypt (c. 1349-1332 BCE) was a walled settlement located in the North-East side of the city and intended for the artisans who worked on the rock-cut tombs and temples not far away. Built during the reign of Pharaoh Akhenaten for a population of about 300 people, it shows a very well planned quarter of all similar houses.