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Page 2 - ...Set was the patron deity of the Ramessides and the Heqa Khaset (Hyskos), the arch enemies of Kemit. Pi Ramses was built on the ruins of Avaris, the Hyskos stronghold of unspeakable horrors.

Page 2 - ...Set was the patron deity of the Ramessides and the Heqa Khaset (Hyskos), the arch enemies of Kemit. Pi Ramses was built on the ruins of Avaris, the Hyskos stronghold of unspeakable horrors.

Not an illustration for the movie but interesting bit of history and digital recreation...Within Ramesses II’s sixty-seven years of reign the pharaoh built a new capitol city, Pi-Ramesses, also referred to as ‘House of Ramesses, Great of Victories’. Ramesses began the building of...

Not an illustration for the movie but interesting bit of history and digital recreation...Within Ramesses II’s sixty-seven years of reign the pharaoh built a new capitol city, Pi-Ramesses, also referred to as ‘House of Ramesses, Great of Victories’. Ramesses began the building of...

Relevé de l'enceinte et des vestiges du temple de Seth, d'Avaris, situé au Sud de Pi-Ramsès. Tell el-Dab´a.  Source : The Topography of New Kingdom Avaris and Per Ramesses | Irene Forstner-Müller - Academia.edu

Relevé de l'enceinte et des vestiges du temple de Seth, d'Avaris, situé au Sud de Pi-Ramsès. Tell el-Dab´a. Source : The Topography of New Kingdom Avaris and Per Ramesses | Irene Forstner-Müller - Academia.edu

Linteau au nom du vizir Parahotep représenté en adoration devant les cartouches de Ramsès II. Decouvert dans le quartier résidentiel de Pi-Ramsès. Qantir. Source : The Topography of New Kingdom Avaris and Per Ramesses | Irene Forstner-Müller - Academia.edu

Linteau au nom du vizir Parahotep représenté en adoration devant les cartouches de Ramsès II. Decouvert dans le quartier résidentiel de Pi-Ramsès. Qantir. Source : The Topography of New Kingdom Avaris and Per Ramesses | Irene Forstner-Müller - Academia.edu

1204 – Hammurabi in Egypt  An exciting find at an ongoing excavation in Egypt. Austrian archaeologist Manfred Bietak has dug up a seal impression connected to the reign of Hammurabi in Babylonia in his excavation at Tel Al-Dabaa in the Nile delta. Tel Al-Dabaa is a very important excavation of the Egyptian capital city once called Avaris and later Pi-Ramses, located in the land of Goshen area where the Israelites had settled.  Also on this program, discussion of an additional find linking…

1204 – Hammurabi in Egypt

1204 – Hammurabi in Egypt An exciting find at an ongoing excavation in Egypt. Austrian archaeologist Manfred Bietak has dug up a seal impression connected to the reign of Hammurabi in Babylonia in his excavation at Tel Al-Dabaa in the Nile delta. Tel Al-Dabaa is a very important excavation of the Egyptian capital city once called Avaris and later Pi-Ramses, located in the land of Goshen area where the Israelites had settled. Also on this program, discussion of an additional find linking…

stones reused   Shoshenq III Pylon of the temple of Amun at Tanis. The statue on the right, Ramesses II, came from  Pi Ramses and reused in the new Tanita capital.

stones reused Shoshenq III Pylon of the temple of Amun at Tanis. The statue on the right, Ramesses II, came from Pi Ramses and reused in the new Tanita capital.

Relevé des vestiges de Pi-Ramsès avec au centre le palais de Ramsès II qui donne sur un port relié par un canal à la branche Pélusiaque du Nil. Au Nord du palais, un premier temple qui domine le port et un second qui donne sur le canal. Au sud du palais, les entrepôts à chars de l'armée et les écuries séparés par un second canal qui mène à un lac. Source :  The Topographie of New Kingdom Avaris and Per Ramesses | Irene Forstner-Müller - Academia.edu

Relevé des vestiges de Pi-Ramsès avec au centre le palais de Ramsès II qui donne sur un port relié par un canal à la branche Pélusiaque du Nil. Au Nord du palais, un premier temple qui domine le port et un second qui donne sur le canal. Au sud du palais, les entrepôts à chars de l'armée et les écuries séparés par un second canal qui mène à un lac. Source : The Topographie of New Kingdom Avaris and Per Ramesses | Irene Forstner-Müller - Academia.edu

Tanis, Egypt. Also known as Djanet, Tanis was once a wealthy commercial canter and the capital of the 21st and 22nd dynasties in Egypt. In recent years, one of the greatest archaeological troves was found in the ruins of Tanis. Tanis has many fine royal tombs as well as obelisks. Obelisks at Tanis | photo by DSLEWIS

Tanis, Egypt. Also known as Djanet, Tanis was once a wealthy commercial canter and the capital of the 21st and 22nd dynasties in Egypt. In recent years, one of the greatest archaeological troves was found in the ruins of Tanis. Tanis has many fine royal tombs as well as obelisks. Obelisks at Tanis | photo by DSLEWIS

Les écuries de Pi-Ramsès. Qantir. Source : The Topography of New Kingdom Avaris and Per Ramesses | Irene Forstner-Müller - Academia.edu

Les écuries de Pi-Ramsès. Qantir. Source : The Topography of New Kingdom Avaris and Per Ramesses | Irene Forstner-Müller - Academia.edu

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