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head of king, wearing the double crown. Representing Ramesses II wearing the crowns of Upper and Lower Egypt. Many statues were produced during the reign of Ramesses II: some were earlier sculptures re-carved, or with the name of Ramesses simply replacing that of the previous king.
circa 1279 B.C. 1213 B.C.