At the age of fourteen, Ramesses II. 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 Pharaoh's rule, 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. Unique Valuable Rare Piece Because Of Its Aesthetic And Historical Significance.
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