Ramesses II is historically mentioned to have been born c. 1303 BC. He is mostly referred to as “Ramesses the Great.”
He was the third Egyptian pharaoh who ruled from 1279 BC to 1213 BC. He belonged to the 19th Dynasty.
In the Egyptian Empire, Ramesses was believed to be the most celebrated the greatest, and the strongest of the pharaohs.
Ramesses II was regarded as “Great Ancestor” by his successors and the later Egyptians in Egypt.
Ramesses II the Great
Chapter One: Introduction
Chapter Two: Major Campaigns and Battles
Chapter Three: Ramesses and Religion
Chapter Four: Architecture and Monuments
Chapter Five: Death and Legacy
Chapter Six: Ramesses in Popular Culture