Ramses III


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Rameses III

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(Biography) died ?1167 bc, king of ancient Egypt (?1198–?67). His reign was marked by wars in Libya and Syria
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It took eight hours to apply the mummy make-up to transform Karloff for the film and the look was based on the appearance of Ramses III.
The narrative is introduced with a prologue: an epic account of an invasion of "Sea Peoples" into Egypt as recorded in the commemorative inscriptions and temple iconography of Ramses III.
Later pharaohs, including Ramses II and Ramses III, also added inscriptions to the temple, which was carved into the cliff face.
Some historians link it to the enthronement as pharaoh of the Amazigh king Chachnaq after defeating Ramses III," believed to have happened in 950 BC, said archaeologist Mostafa Ouachi.
Researchers have discovered that the Egyptian pharaoh Ramses III died after his throat was slit.
The Egyptian Pharaoh Ramses III, whose death has puzzled historians for centuries, had his throat slit in a succession plot concocted by his wife and son, a new analysis suggests.
We have also found the first hieroglyphic engravings in the Arabian Peninsula on a rock in Taima that carries the signature of Ramses III, an Egyptian king who ruled the country from 1192 to 1160 BC," a statement from the SCTA said.
RIYADH: Saudi officials on Sunday announced the discovery of the country's first-ever artifact from pharaonic culture - a 3,100-year-old inscription carrying the signature of King Ramses III.
The tomb of Ramses III, who ruled Egypt more than 3,000 years ago, contains a bas-relief including two blind musicians playing before the gods.
Fascinating - but the final resting place of Ramses III is, at 125 metres, far more impressive.
With fastidious scholarship and science, Dr Sertima documented the planned presence of Africans in the Americas during the period of Ramses III (circa 1200 BC) and the 14th century--a period Sertima referred to as the "Man-dingo voyages".