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Keyword: ramesesii

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  • Egypt: Ramesses II temple unearthed in Upper Egypt

    07/16/2010 7:09:40 PM PDT · by SunkenCiv · 50 replies
    Adnkronos International ^ | Thursday, July 15, 2010 | AKI
    Beni Suef -- Excavations in Upper Egypt's Ehnasia archaeological area in Beni-Sueif recently uncovered the remains of a 3,000 year old temple dating from the reign of ancient Egyptian pharaoh Rameses II. "Inside the remains of this temple, excavators uncovered ten cartouches of Ramesses II and beneath them a relief saying that the ruler had built this temple for himself in Ehnasia," said the head of Egypt's Supreme Archaeology's Pharaonic Section, Sabri Abdel Aziz in a statement on Thursday. Ramesses II ruled Egypt from 1279-1213 BC and was the son of Seti I, whose secret 'tomb within a tomb' was...
  • Life-size statue of king Ramses II found in Sharkiya

    10/05/2013 7:03:56 PM PDT · by SunkenCiv · 35 replies
    Ahram Online ^ | Thursday, October 3, 2013 | Nevine El-Aref
    Reports of missing objects from Cairo's Museum of Islamic Art A German-Egyptian excavation mission in the Nile Delta town of Tel-Basta unearthed today a life-size statue of the nineteenth dynasty king Ramses II carved in red granite. The statue, at 195cm high and 160cm wide, was found accidently during a routine excavation carried out by the joint mission. It was discovered in the so-called Great Temple area's eastern side, inside the temple of cat goddess Bastet in Sharkiya's Tel-Basta. Antiquities minister Mohamed Ibrahim explained that the newly-discovered statue depicts king Ramses II standing between the goddess Hathor and the god...