Ramesses II ruled Egypt as pharaoh for approximately 66 years, the second longest reign in Egyptian history. He stabilized his empire's borders and concluded a highly successful peace treaty with its most important rival, the Hittites. He clearly cared for his people's welfare and spent much treasure on massive public works. He is regarded by later Egyptians as the greatest pharaoh in history.
Rameses II, also simply known as Rameses, is the son of Pharaoh Seti I and Tuya, the father of Amun, the adoptive older brother of Moses and the main antagonist of DreamWorks' 2nd full-length animated feature film The Prince of Egypt. He is based on the Pharaoh from the biblical tale of Moses; however, in The Prince of Egypt, he and Moses were raised as brothers and the conflict between them.
Ramesses (Ramses) II is believed to have ruled Egypt 1279-1213 BCE. If the Hebrews were the slaves referred to in this Question, then the Exodus must have taken place much later than traditionally.
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Ramses II was born 1303 BC and died in the year 1213 BC, son of Seti I and Queen Tuya, the third pharaoh of the Nineteenth Dynasty of Egypt. He is often regarded as the greatest, most celebrated, and most powerful pharaoh of the Egyptian Empire. He ruled Egypt from 1279 BC to 1213 BC. He took the throne of Egypt in his early twenties (around 1279 BC) and ruled for 66 years until his death.
King Ramses is the ghost of a pharaoh from Ancient Egypt. He appears in the episode, King Ramses' Curse. He brings about three plagues on the Bagge family in order to retrieve an ancient slab that was stolen from his tomb. Eustace, realizing that the stone tablet is worth a fortune, refuses to give it back despite being plagued by the ghostly Pharaoh's curse. Ramses is the ghost of a pharaoh.
Ramesses V was the fourth Pharaoh of the 20th dynasty, He was the son of Queen Duatentopet and Ramesses IV. It is believed that Ramesses V was ruler for four years before his death. Although he only ruled for a short amount of time, it is believed he was deposed by Ramesses VI. Ramses V face was painted red and his earlobes were greatly stretched out. His eyes and brain were removed and.
Rameses (Exodus: Gods and Kings), Rameses (Prince of Egypt), Ramses I (The Ten Commandments), Ramses II (The Ten Commandments), Rameses (Uncharted).