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Ramses the Great In the Egyptian pyramids of Giza Ramses the Great ruled as the greatest pharaoh of all times Ramses the Great also known as Ramses II or just Ramses was born in 1304 BC and was given the name the Justice of Ray is Powerful He had the knowledge of the kingdom and became the focus of the court at an early age Ramses and his father spent most of their time together and at age ten Ramses became heir to the thrown He took the thrown in the year of 1292 BC The pharaoh lived over all other people in the kingdom According to historians the Nile river was the source of life to the Egyptians The Nile river provided the Egyptian people with water fish and fertile soil to grow crops on The peasant folk in Egypt lived on a diet of wheat bread fish and corn Also the death rates there were said to be very high When Ramses became pharaoh he got many riches For example Ramses had as many women as hisheart desired The women did everything for Ramses which includes dancing for him Ramses II was the most powerful king in all of ancient Egypt and his Queens were his greatest supporters Ramses had many wives but he loved one particular wife the most of all of them Ramses the Great was also known for his fighting In 1275 BC he went into battle with about 2000 men It was about noon on a spring day and Ramses II was encamped with his army near the city of Kadesh in Syria He and his army were planning a surprise attack on the Hittites While Ramses was waiting for his army to assemble Hittite chariots showed up out of nowhere and attacked Frightened the Egyptian forces fled and left Ramses the Great to face the enemy alone Luckily he escaped with his life Later Ramses II had scenes
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