Pharaoh’s body in the Egyptian Museum

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Pharaoh’s body in the Egyptian Museum

The body of Pharaoh (Ramses II) is five feet and seven inches, which is longer than the average length of the ancient Egyptians. According to the body, Pharaoh had a hooked nose, red hair, and at the end of his life he suffered from poor blood circulation, arthritis, and tooth decay.
Pharaoh was buried in the Valley of the Kings, then he was transferred to the mummy hideout in Deir el-Bahri, where he was found in 1881 AD, and the body of Pharaoh was placed in the Cairo Egyptian Museum in 1885 AD, and remained there until 2007 AD, and in 1974 AD Cairo Museum scholars decided to transfer the body of Pharaoh They went to Paris to be examined after noticing that her condition deteriorated quickly, and when the body arrived in Paris, she was diagnosed and treated for a fungal infection.

The life of Pharaoh

Ramses II is the third pharaoh of the nineteenth family, he took over the rule of Egypt after the death of his father Seti the first in 1279 BC, and Pharaoh was then in the late teenage years, and he ruled ancient Egypt about 66 years, and it is believed that he gave birth to more than 100 children, and during his reign Al-Taweel Ramses II was able to carry out many military campaigns on the surrounding areas, and build monuments for the gods and himself, and he is considered one of the greatest pharaohs of ancient Egypt and among the most famous.

The reason for the death of Pharaoh

In 1974, investigations were conducted under the supervision of Maurice Bocailly, with Egyptian colleagues and dozens of other French collaborators in various medical specialties, to determine the cause of the death of Ramesses II. Radiological and theoretical explorations, microscopic research, various modern technologies, forensic medicine, and research in the field of medicine Teeth, and these investigations concluded that Ramses II was suffering from injury to his jaws and inflammation in the bones, and Maurice Pocaili suggested that these injuries could have reached the point that led to the death of Pharaoh, given that no serious diseases were discovered. A; due to the inability to examine the embalmed chest organs, it is also possible that Ramses II was the same Pharaoh who joined Moses and the Hebrews, because he died after great suffering, which led to his complete incapacity.

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