He is seen as the most famous and most powerful pharaoh throughout the Egyptian Empire. His successors and rulers called him the great grandfather.
Ramesses II led several military campaigns to the Levant and restored Egyptian control over Canaan. He also led campaigns south into Nubia, where two of his sons went with him, as noted inscribed on the walls of the Beit al-Wali temple.
At the age of fourteen, Ramesses was appointed crown prince by his father, Seti I. He is believed to have sat on the throne in his late teens and is also known to have ruled Egypt from 1291 BC to 1213 BC for a period of 78 years and two months, according to both Manetho and the contemporary historical records of Egypt. He was said to have lived 99 years, but it is more likely that he died at the age of 90 or 91. If he became pharaoh in 1279 BC, as most Egyptologists believe today, he would have assumed the throne at the age of 31 1279 BC, based on the date of his accession to the throne.
In the third harvest season on the 27th. Ramesses II celebrated fourteen "Sed" feasts (celebrated for the first time after thirty years of the rule of the pharaoh, and then every three years) during his reign, thus exceeding any other pharaoh's. On his death, he was buried in a cemetery in the Valley of the Kings; His body was later transferred to the royal cache, where it was discovered in 1881, and now it is on display at the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization. The first period of his rule focused on building cities, temples, and monuments. He established the city of "Bi Ramesses " in the Nile Delta as his new capital and the main base for his campaigns to Syria.
This city was built on the ruins of the city of Avaris, the capital of the Hyksos when he took power, and was the site of the group's main temple. He is also known as Ozymendes in Greek sources, literally translated into Greek for part of Ramesses' coronation name, "The Great Truth of Ra, the Choice of Ra". Size: You Can Estimate it which in hand's appear.
Color: As Shown In Pictures.