Seti I


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Seti I

(sē`tī, sā`tē), d. 1290 B.C., king of ancient Egypt, of the XIX dynasty; son and successor of Ramses IRamses I
, Rameses I,
or Ramesses I
, d. c.1314 B.C., succeeded Horemheb, the true founder of the XIX dynasty. He died after only one year as king. His son and successor was Seti I.
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. 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. He built temples at Thebes and Abydos and a magnificent tomb in the Valley of the Kings at Thebes. His successor was Ramses IIRamses II
, Rameses II,
or Ramesses II
, d. 1225 B.C., king of ancient Egypt, of the XIX dynasty. The son of Seti I, Ramses was not the heir to the throne but usurped it from his brother. He reigned for 67 years (1292–1225 B.C.).
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Seti I

 

Egyptian pharaoh; second king of the 19th Dynasty of the New Kingdom. Seti I ruled from circa 1337 to 1317 B. C. He renewed attempts to regain Egyptian possessions in Syria and Palestine that had been lost under Amenhotep IV, and he seized the city of Tyre. Major construction work during the reign of Seti I included the building of the hypostyle hall in Kar-nak and the temple and cenotaph at Abydos.

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The first is the premium, which includes all archaeological sites and museums in Luxor including the two tombs of King Seti I and Queen Nefertari.
It was built by Seti I, a Pharaoh from the 19th new kingdom dynasty that ruled from around 1290-1279 BC.
She sees its rooms, in part, as built representations of the names of Ramesses II (r-ms-s, rooms P/VII-S/X) and his father, Seti I (mn-m[??]t-r, rooms J/XI-M/XIV).
Also on show is Seti I's son, the great Ramses II (19th Dynasty), who was responsible for some of Egypt's most awe-inspiring monuments, such as the sun temple at Abu Simbel and the Ramesseum at Thebes.
Facade, Temple of Seti I, Abydos, Egypt - CC via Wikimedia CommonsRoland Unger.jpg King Seti l was one of the least known pharaohs in ancient Egypt.
Pharoah Seti I (1314-1304 B.C.) was one of the founders of the New Kingdom's 19th Dynasty known for its military exploits and considered the peak of ancient Egyptian power.
Or, to take another conundrum from the same group of Seti I's war scenes: does the division into registers imply that all six extant narratives are separate?
A Scene of Queen Tuya -- Photo Courtesy of Wikipedia She got married to King Seti I who ruled Egypt for more than 10 years, and he was one of the strongest kings in the history of Egypt.
167-506), eighteen documents are presented in English translation, each carefully annotated: (1) Old and Middle Kingdom feast lists; (2) the Ebers Calendar; (3) the astronomical ceiling of Senmut's tomb; (4) the ceiling of Hall K in Seti I's tomb; (5) extracts from the calendar at Medinet Habu; (6) lists of the names of the thirty lunar days; [documents (7), the lengths of day and night in Cairo Papyrus no.
Queen Nefertari plays Senet -- Photo Courtesy of Pinterest Moreover, Some scholars guessed that Queen Nefertari might have been King Ay's daughter and others thought that she was King Seti I's daughter, according to prominent archaeologist and author Zahi Hawas in an article published on Al Sharq Al Awsat website in October 2014.
London, July 1 (ANI): The four decade long wait finally ended as archaeologists reached the end of the mysterious tunnel in the tomb of Seti I. But hopes that the advance would lead to the pharaoh's secret burial site shattered, when the seemingly unfinished tunnel suddenly came to an end after 174m.
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