Ramses


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Ramses

(ˈræmsiːz) or

Rameses

n
(Biography) any of 12 kings of ancient Egypt, who ruled from ?1315 to ?1090 bc

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.Ramses - any of 12 kings of ancient Egypt between 1315 and 1090 BCRamses - any of 12 kings of ancient Egypt between 1315 and 1090 BC
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The Ramses III temple is one of the most important buildings in the Karnak antiquities complex and dates back to the 20th dynasty in Ancient Egypt.
The location and layout of Ramses II's palace is positioned parallel to the temple of Ramses II's father Seti I in Abydos some 300 metres to the south.
A witness stated that there was an explosion when the train rammed into a steel barrier at Ramses station.
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Ramses II, a king in ancient Egypt, was immensely popular and considered by many to be the most powerful Pharaoh to have lived.
Mohamed has worked at the Ramses Hilton for more than 20 years, holding several managerial positions including her most recent role as director of revenue.
A military band plays as the giant statue of Ramses II is brought into the entrance of the new museum on Janu Image Credit: Ramadan Al Sherbini, Correspondent
The moving of the statue of Ramses II is key to the progress of the much-delayed museum, as he is seen as one of the most powerful and influential rulers of Ancient Egypt.
The road surfaces were treated with special materials to ensure they could adequately bear Ramses's huge weight.
Psamtek I ruled 600 years after Ramses and united Egypt under Assyrian reign.
The discovery, hailed by the Antiquities Ministry as one of the most important ever, was made near the ruins of Ramses II's temple in the ancient city of Heliopolis, located in the eastern part of modern-day Cairo.
The pharaoh, also known as Ramses the Great or Ozymandias, was the third of the 19th dynasty of Egypt and ruled for 66 years, from 1279BC to 1213BC.