الجمعة، 21 أكتوبر، 2011

§ King "Ramses II" (1290-1223 BC).:

Third Dynasty nineteenth - the modern state. One of the most famous kings of Egypt's pharaohs, the son of King Seti I ruled Egypt about 67 years and died at the age of ninety-three years. Saw his days many wars against the enemies of Egypt and was the most important battles in the (Cadiz) strongholds in Syria and held its first peace treaty in history with the King (Khitta), scored on the walls of temples, which filed for the same temples of Karnak and Luxor. as well as the long reign saw the greatest Pharaonic architectural construction at all, added to the Temple of Luxor edifice and the open courtyard sculptures and Bin Walid great.

Also completed what he began his father Seti at Karnak in the lounge, the great pillars at Karnak and the edifice II and the establishment of many temples in Egypt to worship Him as God during his life, such as the temples of Abu Simbel and Kalabsha, and Sbuah, and other temples and prepared for his tomb in the Valley of the Queens is the greatest royal tomb of his reign , the Queen "Nefertari". And prepared for the same tomb in the Valley of the Kings with a length of 170 meters as well as the children prepared a huge grave containing the now nearly 99 burial chamber especially his children's 162 and boys and girls were his wives formalities about eight the concubines about 95 Ninety-secondary wife. And established for itself the capital of the north called the name "the righteousness of Rameses," Rameses any house in the East.

 

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