Ramesses II

The most powerful pharaoh of the Egyptian Empire

Information Part I

Ramesses was the 3rd egyptian pharaoh of the 19th dynasty. He is regarded as the most greatest, most celebrated and most powerful egyptian empire. He had about around 50 sons and 40 daughters and was married to lots of wives. He ruled Upper Egypt and Lower Egypt and some of his achievements was expanding Egypt's borders.

Information Part II

He ruled for 67 years and is famous for many reasons. But one of the reasons he was famous for was because he made the sacred temple, Abu Simbel. He was buried in the tomb KV7 in the Valley of the Kings, another sacred place.