Why Is Ramesses The Second So Important To Ancient Egypt?

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I decorated the tomb the way I did because I believe that Ramesses the second was the best Pharaoh that ancient Egypt ever had. He believed that all of the people were important to him and that he would bring Egypt back to a better state. Ramesses the second ruled from c1279 to 1212. During this time he used diplomacy to build endless temples and tombs for the people of Egypt to use throughout the rest of eternity. He was allowed into the throne because of his family's military skills. His empire was in threat from the Hittites. Even though they were way more advanced than Egypt, Ramesses the second was able to overcome all of the challenges that other empires sent his way. Ramesses the second was worshiped as a God by many people and so I believe that he should be worshiped with many things such as gold and other valuable items.…show more content…
I decided to place these items into his burial place because without them, he would not have access to them in the afterlife. I think some of the gods that were incorporated into his tomb were Ra, Osiris, Anubis, and Thoth. I believe all four of these gods where very important in his life. Ra was the Son God, and many pharaohs worshiped him. Osiris was the son of Geb and Nut, and was honored as the God of the underworld or afterlife. Anubis was one of the most iconic gods in ancient Egypt. He is the protector of the dead, but he was originally the God of the underworld. He then became more associated with the embalming process and funeral
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