The historical deeds of Pharaoh Ramesses II

Pharaoh Ramses II Statue

This is Pharaoh Ramses II statue. Ramesses II (about 1303 BC – 1213 BC), the third Pharaoh of the 19th Dynasty in ancient Egypt, is one of the most powerful and influential Egyptian Pharaohs in history, and is honored as “Ramesses the great” by later generations. The reign of Ramesses II was the last prosperous era of the new kingdom of ancient Egypt. His enthusiasm for huge civil engineering has left his traces in all parts of Egypt. The Egyptian Hetian agreements, which he ordered to conclude, is the first famous international agreement in history.

What’s more amazing is that because he lived far longer than his contemporaries, his reign was basically longer than that of any other Pharaoh. When he died in his 90s, he had become a representative of Egypt and nearly 100 children.

Pharaoh Ramses II Statue

In later Egyptian civilization, Ramesses II was called “the great ancestor”, and many Pharaohs named Ramesses after his honor. He is often mentioned in popular culture and is considered the Pharaoh of Exodus – although historians have never been able to determine who that Pharaoh is. In any case, Ramesses II is still one of the most famous Egyptian pharaohs and a model of our understanding of ancient Egyptian rulers.

Sculpture details of the bust of Pharaoh Ramesses II

size of Pharaoh Ramses II Statue

This exquisite Pharaoh Ramses II statue is a bust of Ramesses II, Pharaoh of the 19th Dynasty of ancient Egypt. The head of this sculpture is wearing a nimus headdress decorated with a cobra crown, and its eyes look forward, as if quietly paying attention to the vicissitudes of history. The serious facial expression will be a very image of the majesty and image of the king. The details of exquisite clothes and the characteristics of ornaments are lifelike, which perfectly shows the art and culture of ancient Egypt. The golden metal tone makes the sculpture more noble and elegant, the style more unique, and the character image more light and three-dimensional. Traditionally, the cobra is the patron saint of Egypt, and the sparse beard is a symbol of royal majesty.

This ancient Egyptian sculpture is lifelike and perfectly shows his details. Our Arturbnan sculpture foundry has rich experience in the production of sculptures. In the production process, we adopted the wax loss method, which can highly restore the details of sculptures. The details of the bust of Ramses II are perfectly lifelike. This sculpture is suitable for the living room, garden… The historical and cultural sculptures of ancient Egypt will add a sense of mystery to your life.

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