Unique Egyptian Seated Statue Of King Ramesses II , 26 X 5.5 CM

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Seller: ebusiness.trustme (23) 100%, Location: Quebec, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 163855483205 Untitled Document Egyptian Seated Statue Of King Ramesses II SpecificationMaterial Hamr Stone Measurements 26 x 5.5 Cm / 1 inch = 2.54 cm. Description The son of Seti I and Queen Tuya was the third king of the 19th Dynasty. Called Ramesses the Great, he lived to be 96 years old, had 200 wives and concubines, 96 sons and 60 daughters. One son, Prince Khaemwese, was a high priest of Ptah, governor of Memphis, and was in charge of the restoration of the Pyramid of Unas. This son was buried in The Serapeum. Ramesses II outlived the first thirteen of his heirs. Ramesses were named co-ruler with his father, Seti I, early in his life. He accompanied his father on numerous campaigns in Libya and Nubia. At the age of 22 Ramesses went on a campaign in Nubia with two of his own sons. Seti I and Ramesses built a palace in Avaris where Ramesses I had started a new capital. When Seti I died in 1290 B.C., Ramesses assumed the throne and began a series of wars against the Syrians. The famous Battle of Kadesh is inscribed on the walls of Ramesses temple. Ramesses' building accomplishments are two temples at Abu Simbel, the hypostyle hall at Karnak, a mortuary complex at Abydos, the Colossus of Ramesses at Memphis, a vast tomb at Thebes, additions at the Luxor Temple, and the famous Ramesseum. Among Ramesses' wives were Nefertari, Queen Istnofret, his two daughters, Binthanath and Merytamon, and the Hittite princess, Maathornefrure. Ramesses were originally buried in his tomb in the Valley of the Kings. Because of the widespread looting of tombs during the 21st Dynasty the priests removed Ramesses body and took it to a holding area where the valuable materials such, as gold-leaf and semi-precious inlays, were removed. The body was then rewrapped and taken to the tomb of an 18th Dynasty queen, Inhapi. The bodies of Ramesses I and Seti I were done in like fashion and all ended up at the same place. Amenhotep I's body had been placed there as well at an earlier time. Seventy-two hours later, all of the bodies were again moved, this time to the Royal Cache that was inside the tomb of High Priest Pinudjem II. The priests documented all of this on the linen that covered the bodies. This “systematic” looting by the priests was done in the guise of protecting the bodies from the "common" thieves. Ramesses were followed to the throne by his thirteenth son, with his queen Istnofret, Merenptah. . Payments We accept PayPal payments Only. Payments must be made within 7 days. Please don't wait more than 7 days or your item will be relisted. Shipping & Handling 1-We ship to your confirmed PayPal address only. 2- Please make sure that your PayPal address is matched with your shipping address before paying. 3- We are unable to take any responsibility for wrong address & any custom delay or tax. 4- Your order will be shipped within 3 business days after your payment has been cleared. Return Policy 1- All claims & returns must be made within 14 days of receipt of items. 2- Any returns must be at the same condition as described for a full refund. 3- Buyer is responsible for shipping item back. Contact Us If you have any questions or problems, Please feel free to contact us & any problems can be solved. Your 5 Star Positive Feedback will be appreciated

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