From gathered sources and facts ramses the second is suggested to be the greatest builder as well as ruler of all Egyptian history. His works remain unsurpassed when compared to other works of the same era. The rule of Ramses the second commenced in 1304 BC, becoming the 3rd pharaoh of the 19 dynasty. There are many faults in his reign, but also very notable positive things. Ramses fought in many battles during his rule over Egypt.
He was not only one of the most well known presidents of the USA but was among the most influential people to ever live. John Fitzgerald Kennedy, or “Jack” as his family called him, was a young boy when he first visited Washington, D.C. Did he have any idea that thirty-one years later he would stand on the steps of this very building to take the oath of the presidential office? Probably not. John was the second child of eight children. His father Joseph Kennedy was a wealthy investor and a demanding father who expected his sons to be politically
Taking the throne at the age of 20, Ramses II ruled for an amazing 67 years, the second longest reign of the ancient Egyptian pharaohs. -is known for many accomplishments. While it was quite common for ancient Egyptian pharaohs to have several wives, Ramses II seems to have exceeded the norm in number of wives and children. At the end of his long life, the pharaoh had sired over 100 children. The reign of Ramses 2 was marked by numerous military battles and he became one of the famous Egyptian pharaohs known for his military strength.
THUTMOSE III (D. 1426 B.C.) Egyptian king of the 18th dynasty (reigned 1479-26 BC), often regarded as the greatest of the rulers of ancient Egypt. Thutmose III was a skilled warrior who brought the Egyptian empire to the zenith of its power by conquering all of Syria, crossing the Euphrates to defeat the Mitannians, and penetrating south along the Nile to Napata in the Sudan. He also built a great number of temples and monuments to commemorate his deeds. Thutmose's minority Thutmose III was the son of Thutmose II; his mother was one of the king's minor wives or concubines, named Isis.
to 330 B.C. Even though The Achaemenid Empire took place long ago, it is still known as one of the most culturally diverse and religiously open empires in history. The Kings of the empire decided to bring in new members with talent like Greek doctors, Lydian woodworkers and Ionian stonecutters, as well as foot soldiers from Ethiopia, Sogdiana and more places within the empire. This empire was the first hyperpower in history ruling about 42 million people. Chua concludes that a small number of Persians administer a very vase territory and population because of tolerance.
By the time Jackson was 18, he had already begun his legal practices in North Carolina. Jackson was a heroic General for the American Army. He proved over and over his dedication and expertise to America. He eventually was given a nickname, “Old Hickory,” because of his stubborn qualities that made him so successful. Andrew Jackson started to run for president and used his background as the foundation to his campaign.
Should Alexander The Great Be Considered “The Great”? Ubaid Thoophany 5/11/15 Alexander the great should be considered the great because of all the great things he did. He made his kingdom overpowered, and built a name for himself and his people, which is a very brave and hard thing to do. First off, he ruled his kingdom Macedonia, well and helped it by making the right choices for his empire. Also, he fought in many wars with such bravery to prove himself worthy and determined to be known as “The Great”.
He tried to teach the Romans that if they were not at war, there could be growth and prosperity all throughout Rome. However, Augustus had to cover up the damage that his adopted father, Julius Caesar, had done to Rome. At first, people believed that Julius Caesar would be a good leader, but sadly, he used the power for his own personal gain. He had a daughter named Julia, who he married to Pompey, creating an alliance. Once Julia died,
But how did a young man from Virginia find himself in the position of becoming one of the most famous people of all time? George Washington was born in 1732 in Virginia to a tobacco planter family (2) where the young George learned how to work hard. By the time he was 16 years he found work as a surveyor working for Lord Fairfax but his real interests were in military tactics and the romance of western expansion (2). It was no wonder that by the age of 22 George was commissioned a Lieutenant Colonel leading his men in the skirmishes of the French and Indian war (3). His battles were so successful he earned the name “Town Destroyer” by the Iroquois Indians.
Cesar Gutierrez Jr. History 1301 George Washington When thinking of George Washington, first president of the U.S. is probably the first fact that comes to mind. We grow up learning that at such a young age, and sadly that’s probably the only thing some know about him. The numerous amounts of victories in such difficult battles is quite mind blowing, leaves you wondering where we’d be if it wasn’t for him. Which is why George Washing is known as the Father of the U.S. and many will argue, the best president of the U.S. by far. Washington was born on February 22,1732 in Westmoreland County, Virginia and was the first son of his father Augustine Washington and his second wife Mary B. Washington.