Rameses II and 3 Sons Storm a Fortress - Stock Image

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The Pharaoh Rameses II (circa 1303 BC - 1213 BC), son of Seti I and considered one of the most powerful pharaohs of ancient Egypt, is shown storming a fortress by chariot flanked by his three sons. This facsimile was made by an unknown artist after an original hieroglyph. Published in a history of sculpture in 1883, it is now in the public domain.
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