Ramesses II Timeline

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  • 1,303 BCE

    Birth of Ramesses II

    Birth of Ramesses II
    Ramses the second was born in 1300 BC. He was the second child of Seti I(Father) and Queen Tuya(Mother). He was born near the eastern nille, Delta. His older sister was named Princess Tia and some say that he may had a younger sister ,called princess
  • 1,288 BCE

    Marriage between Ramesses II and Nefertari.

    Marriage between Ramesses II and Nefertari.
    Nefertari married Ramesses II before he ascended the throne. Nefertari had at least four sons and two daughters whith Ramesses II and she was also the most known wife from the over 200 that he had.
  • 1,274 BCE

    Battle of Kadesh between Pharaoh Ramesses II of Egypt and King Muwatalli II of the Hittites.

    Battle of Kadesh between Pharaoh Ramesses II of Egypt and King Muwatalli II of the Hittites.
    The battle of Kadesh took place in 1274 BC in the city of Kadesh on the Orontes river against the Egyption Empire and the Hittite Empire. The object of the war was whoever won ruled the Hittite land.
  • 1,264 BCE

    The construction of Abu Simbel.

    The construction of Abu Simbel.
    The Abu Simbel it's one of the most famous archaiological places of Egypt and it has 2 big temples, built into a small mountain.
  • 1,258 BCE

    First recorded peace treaty between Ramesses II of Egypt and Muwatalli II of the Hittites, after the battle of Kadesh.

    The peace between Ramesses II of Egypt and Muwatalli II oh the Hitites recorded first at 1258 and this happened after their battle.
  • 1,256 BCE

    Death of Nefertari.

    Death of Nefertari.
    On Nefertari's death Ramesses II said "My love is unique—no one can rival her, for she is the most beautiful woman alive. Just by passing, she has stolen away my heart." Nefertari's tomb is considered the most beautiful in the Valley of the queens and has glorius wall paintings of her moving into the afterlife.
  • 1,213 BCE

    Death of Ramesses II

    Death of Ramesses II
    Ramses was one of the longest lived pharaohs and lived to the age of 91 even though some say he lived to 100. His tomb is located in the valley of the kings. His tomb has been robbed and raided so many times that there is barley anything left.
  • Period:
    1,279 BCE
    to
    1,213 BCE

    Reign of Ramesses II (The Great) in Egypt.

    Ramesses II ruled Egypt for 66 years and 2 months. In his reign he put up more statues of himself than any other pharaoh had put up before him. He also made a lot of temples that were finishing after a lot of time of working.