Found by the Egyptian Antiquities Service leadership l881, this mummy belongs to Pharaoh Ramses II (Ramesses II), the questioning king of the Nineteenth Dynasty who met his death in 1212 BC. Depending on the realization that every thing after death came to life again, the Ancient Egyptians think the belief that masterly is a energy subsequent death and therefore the mummification of threadbare population was coming up. Notably, mummification symbolizes the fear of the Ancient Egyptians had of death besides answers their expectant desire due to immortality. equal multiform burial practices of Ancient Egyptians suggest that the Egyptians began early to bring about plans since their expiration out of their great ambition of life.
Ramses II was a very influential further ambitious ruler who expanded Egypt’s empire a colossal deal and constructed crowded temples all of which overshadow many of the others before him. He was familiar due to his edifice structures and his plans of expansion. It was he who led the Battle of Kadesh (also Qadesh) which took place between the forces of the Egyptian Empire and the Hittite dominion under Muwatalli II. The mummy of Pharaoh Ramesses II still has permanent thick well-formed hair. certain was instigate in the cachette at Deir al-Bahari, in Luxor by the Egyptian Antiquities Service control 1881. At the close of the Twentieth Dynasty, the royal necropolises in the Valley of the Kings were no longer the burial places of the pharaohs. This was owing to with the amass of destruction robberies, undoubted was much safer to the humankind of the deceased kings to be placed secreted drag the cachette at Deir al-Bahari (DB 320) or in the repose of Amenhotep II connections the Valley of the Kings. The King's mummy was on fire to the Louvre Museum in France prominence 1976; and recovered to Egypt eight months later.