Definition of Ramses in English:

Ramses

Line breaks: Ram¦ses
Pronunciation: /ˈramsiːz
 
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(also Rameses)
1The name of eleven Egyptian pharaohs, notably:
1.1 Ramses II ( died circa 1225 bc), reigned circa 1292-circa 1225 bc; known as Ramses the Great. The third pharaoh of the 19th dynasty, he built vast monuments and statues, including the two rock temples at Abu Simbel.
1.2 Ramses III ( died circa 1167 bc), reigned circa 1198-circa 1167 bc. The second pharaoh of the 20th dynasty, he fought decisive battles against the Libyans and the Sea Peoples. After his death the power of Egypt declined.

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