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<div>A picture of is body before he became mummuified,The mummy was from valley of the kings.The picture on the side of the tag is a picture of valley of the kings.</div> cdn.history.com
<div>Valley of the kings</div> cristimoise.files.wordpress.com
<div>secrets of mummies</div> www.youtube.com Hear from Dr. John Taylor, Assistant Keeper of the British Museum's Ancient Egypt and Sudan Department and curator of Mummy: Secrets of the Tomb. For the fir...
<div>The steps of mummification </div> www.youtube.com Digital Story on the Mummification process of Ancient Egypt for TE 831.
<div>Eameses ii died when he was 96 </div> www.youtube.com Deadbody of Ramesses II This body was only discovered in 1898 but the Qura-an existed nearly 1400 years ago. This is the Dead Body of Ramesses II, The Egypti...
<div><span style="font-size:14px;">Despite being the one of the most powerful men on earth during his life, Ramesses II did not have much control over his physical remains after his death. While his mummified body was originally buried in the tomb KV7 in the Valley of the Kings, looting by grave robbers prompted the Egyptian priests to move his body to a safer resting place. The actions of these priests have rescued the mummy of Ramesses II from the looters, only to have it fall into the hands of archaeologists. In 1881, the mummy of Ramesses II, along with those of more than 50 other rulers and nobles were discovered in a secret royal cache at Dier el-Bahri. Ramesses II’s mummy was identified based on the hieroglyphics, which detailed the relocation of his mummy by the priests, on the linen covering the body of the pharaoh. About a hundred years after his mummy was discovered, archaeologists noticed the deteriorating condition of Ramesses II’s mummy and decided to fly it to Paris to be treated for a fungal infection. Interestingly, the pharaoh was issued an Egyptian passport, in which his occupation was listed as ‘King (deceased)’. Today, the mummy of this great pharaoh rests in the Cairo Museum in Egypt.</span></div>
www.youtube.com Ramses II was perhaps the greatest pharaoh to rule ancient Egypt. His reign lasted 67 years--it was one of the longest in Egyptian history. As king of one of...
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