Egypt statue of ramses II

           

 

  

 


 
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In Karnak temple complex can be seen the statue of Ramses II. Ramses is an Egyptian pharaoh who reigned in the nineteenth dynasty. Ramses II is also known as Ramses the Great. Ramses’s father was Seti I and his mother was Queen Tuy. Ramses II had a harem but his special wife was Negertari. It is said that Ramses II had with all his wives over one hundred children. In Egypt Ramses is often considered as the most powerful pharaoh. The famous Egyptian pharaoh was born around 1303 BC and at fourteen he was proclaimed Prince Regent. Karnak is considered as one of the most visited site in Egypt and the largest temple was dedicated to Amun a popular deity. The temple of Karnak is also known to be the largest religious place in the world. The site of Karnak is a gathering of ruined temples but full of mysteries. The temple complex of Karnak is a must to visit when one is travelling in Egypt. The temples are all ruined but a lot visited by tourist who are considered as the only pilgrims on the site. The site of Karnak was a very religious place for ancient Egyptian.

 
 

 

Egypt Statue of Ramses II

 

 
 
 
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Egypt Karnak

 

 
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