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Ramesses (also commonly spelled "Ramses," pronounced [ˈræm.siz] or "Rameses," [ˈræ.mə.siz]) is the name conventionally given in English transliteration to eleven Egyptian pharaohs of the later New Kingdom period. The name essentially translates as "Born of the sun-god Ra". For information on how to read IPA transcriptions of English words see here. ... Pharaoh is a title used to refer to any ruler, usually male, of the Egyptian kingdom in the pre-Christian, pre-Islamic period. ... This is a Conventional Egyptian chronology. ... This article is about the Egyptian god. ...

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Egyptian Pharaohs : Ramesside Period : Dynasty 20 : Ramesses IX (442 words)
Ramesses XI ruled from Tanis in the Delta and during his reign it appears that priests of the Temple of Amun in Thebes took control of that region.
Ramesses was not a very energetic ruler, and often sent his generals or viceroys to manage troubled areas in Egypt.
Ramesses XI's tomb was not finished, and may have been used for storage or a workshop where some of the older mummies were moved during the end of the 20th Dynasty, when the vandalizing of the tombs was at its height.
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