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The dynasty of the Ramses (Dynasty 19) continued the imperial traditions of the New Kingdom of Egypt.   The dominating figure of the early dynasty was Ramses II, who left many monuments and temples.   Among the monuments are those that record his campaigns in Syria.

How credible do you find this account as a record of actual events?   Why?   What seems to be the desired effect on the reader.  What can we learn about the official ideology of New Kingdom Egypt from this account?   Can we place this account in a tradition or context?