Ramses the Great is the most famous pharaoh of all time. His architectural, cultural and historical legacy to Egypt is without equal.
Between 1300 and 1186 BC, his dynasty changed history. Without a drop of royal blood in their veins, the members of Ramses II’s dynasty beat the odds. They transformed a broken and weak kingdom into a brilliant Empire. The most powerful Empire in the ancient world.
Born men, they became gods. Adored during their lifetime, they remain fascinating to this day. Three thousand years later, the fame of Ramses II and his dynasty remains intact.
But how did ordinary men reach the realm of the gods?
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Dramadoc, Ancient History
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