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Rare Antique Ancient Egyptian Of Statue Stone Pharaoh Merneptah 1213-1203 Bc

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Seller: the-best-products (132) 100%, Location: Luxor, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 232754770731 RARE ANTIQUE ANCIENT EGYPTIAN OF STATUE STONE PHARAOH MERNEPTAH 1213-1203 BCAbout The Object: Merneptah (or Merenptah) was the fourth ruler of the Nineteenth Dynasty of Ancient Egypt. He ruled Egypt for almost ten years between late July or early August 1213 and May 2, 1203 BC, according to contemporary historical records.He was the thirteenth son of Ramesses II and only came to power because all his older brothers, including his full brother Khaemwaset or Khaemwase, had predeceased him, by which time he was almost sixty years old. His throne name was Ba-en-re Mery-netjeru, which means "The Soul of Ra, Beloved of the Gods".Merneptah probably was the fourth child of Isetnofret, the second wife of Ramesses II, and he was married to Queen Isetnofret, his royal wife, who was likely his full sister bearing the name of their mother. It is presumed that Merneptah also was married to Queen Takhat and one of their sons would become the later nineteenth dynasty pharaoh, Seti II. They also were the parents of prince Merenptah and possibly the usurper, Amenmesse, and Queen Twosret, wife of Seti II and later pharaoh in her own right.Merneptah (or Merenptah) was the fourth ruler of the Nineteenth Dynasty of Ancient Egypt. He ruled Egypt for almost ten years between late July or early August 1213 and May 2, 1203 BC, according to contemporary historical records.He was the thirteenth son of Ramesses II and only came to power because all his older brothers, including his full brother Khaemwaset or Khaemwase, had predeceased him, by which time he was almost sixty years old. His throne name was Ba-en-re Mery-netjeru, which means "The Soul of Ra, Beloved of the Gods".Merneptah probably was the fourth child of Isetnofret, the second wife of Ramesses II, and he was married to Queen Isetnofret, his royal wife, who was likely his full sister bearing the name of their mother. It is presumed that Merneptah also was married to Queen Takhat and one of their sons would become the later nineteenth dynasty pharaoh, Seti II. They also were the parents of prince Merenptah and possibly the usurper, Amenmesse, and Queen Twosret, wife of Seti II and later pharaoh in her own right. -Height: 2.55 inch / 6.5 cm-Bottom Diameter: 2.75 inch / 6.99 cm-Origin: Egypt Payment: -We Only Accept Paypal. Shipping: -All we care about is wrapping the product properly so that it reaches our customers without any broken or scratched.-We are dealing with major shipping companies.-We guarantee that your product will arrive in fast shipping. Condition: -look at the pictures Return: -All calls are made with the customer so we know why the product is low because we first want customer satisfaction. If the product is not accepted, the product will be returned in the condition that it was sold to be refunded except shipping charges, but at the customer's expense. About Us: -All statues are of high quality, exquisite arts and unique effects are very rare.-We have been working for years and with clients to put trust with us and continue to give our presence in the field since 1900. Contact Us: -Always at your service and waiting for all the questions about the product before you enter the auction.-We are always there to give you what pleases you. Condition: As Shown In Pictures, Provenance: Luxor, Material: Stone

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