Rameses


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Rameses

(ˈræmɪˌsiːz)
n
(Biography) same as Ramses

Ram•ses

(ˈræm siz)

also Rameses



n.
1. the name of several kings of ancient Egypt.
2. Ramses II, king of ancient Egypt 1292–1225 b.c.
3. Ramses III, king of ancient Egypt 1198–1167 b.c.
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Noun1.Rameses - any of 12 kings of ancient Egypt between 1315 and 1090 BCRameses - any of 12 kings of ancient Egypt between 1315 and 1090 BC
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Why try to call up the traditions of vanished Egyptian grandeur; why try to fancy Egypt following dead Rameses to his tomb in the Pyramid, or the long multitude of Israel departing over the desert yonder?
After reaching Egypt's border with Sudan where Rameses the Great built an outrageous temple to himself, the presenter joins the crowds to witness the power of the rising sun.
The sight of the historian watching the rising sun at the temple of Rameses is enough to make you want to pack your bags and get on the next flight.
20, 2000, in Davao City, the lovely daughter of Architect Rameses Tancontian and Engineer Christienora Tancontian has four younger siblings: fifteen-year old Chad Romano, thirteen-year old Clark Roman, twelve-year old Ramanda Christen, nine-year old CHritiana Roma, seven-year old Ram Christrisen, and six-year old Crystelle Raine.
A Akenhaten B Tutankhamen C Ahmose I D Rameses II 14.
An 1818 poem by Percy Shelley titled "Ozymandias" explores the fate of Egyptian ruler Rameses II.
GEM's lobby will host the statue of King Rameses II and the column of his son King Merneptah; the grand staircase will include 87 royal statues and large architectural elements, including statues of kings Khafre, Menkaure, Senusret, Akhenaten and Amenhotep III.
A Akhenaten B Tutankhamun C Ahmose I D Rameses II 14.
2 THE TEN COMMANDMENTS (1956) CHARLTON Heston as Moses with Yul Brynner as Egyptian Pharaoh Rameses. The parting of the Red Sea is one of the film's memorable scenes.
Tortured, De Jesus implicates his neighbors-Lenido Lumanog, Rameses de Jesus, Cesar Fortuna and Augusto Santos.
Exodus: Gods And Kings Cert 12 CHRISTIAN Bale plays Moses in his defiance of the Pharaoh Rameses II (Joel Edgerton).
Meanwhile Joel Edgerton's Rameses is a more ambivalent and sympathetic character than was Yul Brynner's, leaving viewers somewhat mystified as to why John Turturro's Seti (who is himself devoid of the natural regalness that one would expect of a supposedly benevolent and beloved king) should favor his rather ordinary nephew over his own flesh and blood.