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Rameses II. The Pharaoh Who Made a Name for Himself (1279-1213 BCE). Written by Lin Donn Illustrated by Phillip Martin. Each time a new pharaoh came to power, each neighboring civilization sent an army or two to test the new pharaoh. Rameses II.

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rameses ii

Rameses II

The Pharaoh Who Made a Name for Himself

(1279-1213 BCE)

Written by Lin Donn

Illustrated by Phillip Martin

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Each time a new pharaoh came to power, each neighboring civilization sent an army or two to test the new pharaoh.

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The neighbors hoped that perhaps this time they could steal a piece of Egypt for themselves.

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When Rameses II became pharaoh, the neighbors sent warriors to see what would

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happen. Rameses II was a brave man, a good husband, and a loving father. But he was a terrible general.

Some people remember him today because he was such a poor general. Luckily, he had great helpers.

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Some remember Rameses as the Pharaoh who had 111 sons, 51 daughters, and many wives. Others recognize his name because he ordered

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the construction of the temple of Abu Simbel, the huge temple that is 180 feet long, 90 feet high, and decorated with four 60 foot high statues of

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But in ancient Egypt, people knew his name because Rameses ordered his name chiseled on everything.

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He even had his name put on statues that were not statues of himself. He did this to bolster people’s confidence in his leadership abilities.

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Today, his name is still found in Egypt on ancient buildings. But it was nothis chiseling that kept Egypt safe. Egypt was strong enough to survive his 60-year rule. Egypt was an ancient world power.

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Her reputation, supported by capable leaders in the military, kept Egypt safe.

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He had a a lot of kids
  • He was a lousy general
  • He chiseled his name all over Egypt
  • He built a huge temple

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