The kings of Pharaohs Egypt








Kings of Pharaohs

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 He was the first king of the family of 19, the son of King Ramesses I, who was crowned by the wise king of the right mind. The father of King Ramses II was born in 1303 BC and took over the throne after he reached the age of forty. Ali and the prevention of bribery and looting, and stressed the punishment for the attack on the property of temples and individuals, and was seen as the one who will return the path of glory of the country, and lasted 20 years, during which the war resulted in wars in the Levant and the Hittites severely defeated, and held with their king a friendly treaty, The most important wars are in Palestine with the tribes (Alshasso) Z Bedouin Asians as it was linked to the structures of Israel, Egypt and fever of Libyan raids,






The first was concerned with the construction and renovation of the temples, and the arts and painting in his reign reached a high peak, especially in the temple of his rites in Abydos, as well as in the inscriptions of his tomb in the famous west of Luxor. He also built a large part of the great lobby of the columns, In the eastern desert, and mapping of roads and forts on the northeastern border, but most of these civil constructions were based on them and the executor is his son Ramses II, who shared the rule of his father in the last years of his rule.

Ramses II :-
  It is the most famous among the Pharaohs and the Pharaohs the most powerful in the history of the Pharaohs.





 King Ramesses II has a great and ancient history. He is considered to be the most famous and powerful pharaoh in Pharaonic history. He ruled the country in 1279 BC. He ruled the country for nearly 65 years. He continued his father's military campaigns in the Levant and restored Egyptian control over Canaan. He also led campaigns southward to Nubia where his sons went with him as was engraved on the walls of the temple.
  The death of King Ramses II is believed to occur after the age of 90 and was buried in the Valley of Kings in the tomb of kv7, but his mummy was transferred to the mummy hideout in the monastery of the sea, discovered in 1881 by Gaston Maspero, and transferred to the Egyptian Museum in Cairo after years Few.



During the reign of King Ramesses the Second, in which he built the cities, temples and monuments, he founded the city of B Ramses in the Nile Delta as his new capital and was the main base of his campaigns to Syria. The city was built on the ruins of the city of Oreis, the capital of the Hyksos. The main temple of the group, and during the fourth year of his reign, went on a campaign to the outskirts of Asia to consolidate the Egyptian influence and the safety of ports and transport, then returned during his fifth year in power armies of the clash in the Hittites with the most famous battle in the history of the pharaoh "Battle of Kadesh.






Ramses II was distinguished in the martial arts and wars. He was a smart man who came to solve the problem at the same time. He was also skilled in horseback riding, sword fighting, dueling and darting. He defeated the "Sheridan pirates" decisively, looting Egyptian cargo ships along Egypt's coast. In the west of the city of Luxor, Ramses II built the Ramessium Temple, a huge funeral temple built by Ramses Lamun and himself, and has a huge head taken from this temple and transferred to the British Museum, and also built the temple of Abu Simbel temple large carved rock and guard entrance Temple 4 Statuettes of Ramses III Ni sitting, height increases each statue about 20 meters.










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