Definition of Rameses the great

1. Noun. King of Egypt between 1304 and 1237 BC who built many monuments.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rameses The Great

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Rambino
Rambinos
Rambo
Rambo knife
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Rambouillet
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Rambourg's stains
Ramean
Rameans
Rameau
Rameses
Rameses II
Rameses the Great
Ramesh
Ramesses
Ramesses II
Ramesses the Great
Ramist
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Ramman
Ramon Lully
Ramon y Cajal
Ramona
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Ramphastidae
Ramphomicron
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Literary usage of Rameses the great

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1. The History and Nature of International Relations by Edmund Aloysius Walsh (1922)
"The great chief of the Hittites shall not pass over into the land of Egypt, forever, to take anything therefrom; Rameses, the great chief of Egypt, ..."

2. The Contemporary Review (1874)
"In the timo of Rameses the Great, Egypt was certainly on the decline. In that of Thothmes it reached its highest point. I wish I had time to read to you the ..."

3. The Old World in Its New Face: Impressions of Europe in 1867-1868 by Henry Whitney Bellows (1869)
"... and Rameses the Great, the supposed Sesostris, built up whatever was wanting to the glory and strength of the Theban power and magnificence. ..."

4. The Old World in Its New Face: Impressions of Europe in 1867-1868 by Henry Whitney Bellows (1869)
"... and Rameses the Great, the supposed Sesostris, built up whatever was wanting to the glory and strength of the Theban power and magnificence. ..."

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