Ramses I

Ramses I

(răm`sēz),

Rameses I,

or

Ramesses I

(both: răm`əsēz'), d. c.1314 B.C., succeeded HoremhebHoremheb
or Harmhab
, d. c.1303 B.C., king of ancient Egypt (c.1342 B.C.–c.1303 B.C.), founder of the XIX dynasty. A powerful noble under Ikhnaton, he seems to have been an army commander under the successors of that ruler, most notably under Tutankhamen.
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, the true founder of the XIX dynasty. He died after only one year as king. His son and successor was Seti ISeti I
, d. 1290 B.C., king of ancient Egypt, of the XIX dynasty; son and successor of Ramses I. He succeeded to the throne c.1302 B.C. Invading Palestine and Syria, Seti I reduced them again to tributary status, and defeated the Libyans.
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at the time of Ramses I, but some wives still were buried with their husbands in the Valley of the Kings.
The tomb of Ramses is also known as "Harpers Tomb" referring to the two harpers playing to the gods in four of the chambers.
In 1817, Belzoni discovered the tombs of Amenhotep III, Ramses I, Merneptah, and Ay, as well as the entrance to the sepulcher of Seti I, Ramses I's son.
An unwrapped royal mummy believed to be the body of pharaoh Ramses I, the founder of the famous line that included Seti I and Ramses II ("the Great"), will be returned to Egypt.
Ramses is depicted at the top of a very fascist society and he is an ethically very upside-down character, in a Hitler-esque way.
Inside, six pillars are topped with carvings of Hathor, whilst the walls depict Nefertari watching on as Ramses is once more victorious over his enemies.
One of Egypt's longest-serving pharaohs, Ramses is believed to have ruled between 1279 BC and 1213 BC.
In this book, Peabody's son Ramses is married to Nefret, the time is 1916, in the middle of WW I, and the family is in Egypt for a season of digging, embroiled in all sorts of intrigues.
The unique design of RAMSES is based on the reduction of friction, which minimizes particle deposits that can interfere with the transmission of lower frequency signals (up to 3 GHz).
On the other hand, Ramses is secretly aligned with Alex Ow, Kevin Schlehuber and the rest of the outsiders in the house.
Ramses is a toff who likes to drape himself in pythons, and oozes entitled arrogance.
Director for numerous short films and documentaries, Amir Ramses is an Egyptian filmmaker and writer, known for ground-breaking films such as "Jews of Egypt" which participated in Hamburg Film Festival in Germany and "Betawqit El qahera" (In Cairo's Time),among others.