Statue of Ramesses III Beth Shean, 1185-1153 BCE, Basalt "This life-size statue depicts the seated figure of Ramesses III, who ruled Egypt for 32 years and who is often considered the last great pharoh of ancient Egypt. It was probably dedicated to a cannanite temple in Beth Shean, but was found broken and mutilated in a secondary context. The statue may have been installed as a form of Egyptian propaganda- an attempt to exercise power when Egypt's actual hold over canaan was in decline. " Located in the Israel MuseumThanks for the original asset creator : Abby Gancz
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