Excavations were carried out south of Cairo. Scientists managed to find several monuments carved from pink, black granite and limestone from the era of the reign of Pharaoh Ramses II. Each of the monuments is richly decorated with hieroglyphic inscriptions and images of gods. Among the finds, there is also a monument to Ramses himself, as well as small figurines of ancient Egyptian gods. All this refers to the XIII century BC. The newly discovered artifacts have yet to be carefully studied.
Ramses II was a unique figure. He ruled Egypt for seventy years, more than any other pharaoh. The period of his reign was the heyday of Ancient Egypt, and the numerous gigantic structures erected in the era of Ramses still admire the scope and skill of ancient builders, RIA Novosti reports.
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