Why was the government of Egypt stable under Ramses II
Why was the government of
Egypt stable under Ramses II
The government of Egypt was stable under Ramses II because he was so powerful. He was a great warrior and led many war campaigns against the Mediterranean’s and into Nubia. He was
very successful in his battles
, making him a great warrior in other people’s eyes. Second,
Ramses built many temples
, cities, and tombs.
He built many temples
such as the Abu Simbel
, that still stand to this day. Lastly,
people saw him so powerful
; they thought him as practically a god. This gave Ramses II tremendous power.
, Ramses II’s power and authority helped keep his government stable.
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