Ramesses III (1607 BC) was the second pharaoh of the twentieth dynasty of ancient Egypt, reigning for about 31 years. In the history of two thousand years, the culture of Egypt is remarkable and true, and Egypt is highly regarded in the world's leading country. But when Ramses III came to power, the world changed dramatically. The negotiations between Egypt and the Hittite, pioneered by Thutmose III and maintained by his successor, Ramses II, have given peace to the Middle East for a long time. But it came to an end here at Ramses III. The death of Ramses marks the end of an era, he is the last Pharaoh. Then Egypt began her recession.
The death of Ramses III is a mystery that is said to have been murdered by her wife to allow her son to be on the throne. According to historical records, the power seekers have won the throne, and Ramses III later succeeded the throne by the established heirs.
The Hab City/Hh/Mebnet (Medinet Habu) is the Temple of Ramesses III. In the Coptic era, there is a city of considerable size. The mausoleum is relatively well preserved, and its area is second only to the temple of Amon. It was the last large-scale construction project during the reign of Pharaoh and the monument to the last rich period of Egypt. Originally the royal residence, the first entrance was a place for ceremonies and entertainment, and the second entrance was occupied by the church in Ptolemy and Roman times.
Habu City is the mausoleum of Ramses III, the last large-scale construction project during the Pharaoh's reign, and the monument to the last rich period of Egypt.
The original royal residence here, the first entrance to the courtyard is a place for ceremonies and entertainment, the second entrance to the courtyard was occupied by the church in Ptolemy and Roman times; in addition, there are three multi-column halls, the second On the outer left side of the hall is the tomb of Ramses III. The famous bas-relief is engraved on the outer wall of the temple.
If the color of the Valley of the Kings Valley is benefiting from the deep underground, it is even more amazing that the city of Habu, which is under the sun, can preserve such bright colors.
Habu City was built by the last ancient Egyptian god Ramses III for the emperor---the 20th dynasty. (Ramasis II is a nineteen dynasty, two woods have a father-son relationship). Egyptian women's pharaohs Hatshepsut and Thutmose III have built temples here, and they have been expanded and transformed until the Ptolemy period. The temple built by Hatshepsut and Thutmose III was completely covered by the brilliance of the Temple of Ramses III, and the Temple of Ramesses III became the symbol of Habu.
is different from other temples