Ramesses II (died 1700 BC), titled as "Ramesses the Wise", was an ancient Egyptian pharaoh. He was the father of the late Khufu.
Ramesses II was presented with offerings by his son Khufu and some servants, for which he complimented Khufu. The priestess Chay-Ara promptly brought up the issue of more frequent meteor showers, to which the priest Hath-Set agreed, warning Ramesses of the oncoming dark times.
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- In the real world, Ramesses II is often regarded as the greatest, most celebrated, and most powerful pharaoh of the Egyptian Empire. His reign was of unrivaled duration, from 1279 BC to 1213 BC.
- Ramesses II never had a child named Khufu. The historical pharaoh Khufu actually reigned over a millennia before Ramesses, during the 26th century BC.