The great Ramesses II was born in 1303 b c in Egypt. When he was young, he underwent an excellent training from his father. This was for his father to ensure that he would become a great warrior when he was crowned. In some of his training activities, he was able to kill a fierce and a wild bull. Plus so many other challenges which he was able to overcome. This is guaranteed at his tender age that he would become great.
He was appointed as Prince Regent by his father Seti when he was 14 years old, and it He that he was crowned at his late teen, and he ruled 1279 BC to 1213 BC. Today the ecologist believes that he would have assumed the throne on May 31, 1279, BC. He died at the age of either 90 or 91 either July or August 1213 BC. However being one of the mighty great men on earth during his life, he did not have any control over his physical remains after he died. His mummified was moved from one place to another even from the robbers whom could have interfered with it.
After he had died, he was buried in the Valley of the Kings but later his body was relocated to a royal cache where it was revealed in 1881, and now it is on display in a museum in Cairo.
Early when Ramesses II was young in his reign embarked on numerous campaigns with to return earlier held territories back from Nubian and Hittite hands and to secure Egypt's borders. He also suppressed some Nubian revolts and carried out a campaign in Libya. During his reign, the Egyptian army had about 100,000 men who were able army a formidable force that he used he became Victor.
He built a lot of He built large palaces and temples, and he left prosperity numerous inscriptions of steel obelisks and wall, many of these inscriptions up to date holds the account of all the battle he fought the maps of the battlefield he fought others show the pictures of his army and those of his enemies.