Ramesses atop chariot, at the battle of Kadesh. (Relief inside his Abu Simbel temple.)  Date	1274 BC[1]  Location	On the Orontes River near Kadesh  Result	Both sides claimed victory[2][3]  Tactical: Pyrrhic Egyptian victory[citation needed]  Operational: Egyptian defeat (campaign ended in Egyptian retreat)  Strategic: Hittite victory (Hittite Empire expanded southward, to Upi)[4]

Ancient History - Antiquity - Archeaology Ramesses II at The Battle of Kadesh

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THE BATTLE OF KADESH: Tactical   The Hittite Chariots wheel  north and attack the Camp of Amun  Click here for further detail.

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Battle of Kadesh ~ Pharaoh Rameses II battles with a three man Hittite chariot. Visit page View image

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ancientart: Rameses II and chariot at the Battle of Kadesh BC). Ancient Egyptian relief inside his Abu Simbel temple, Nubia, Southern Egypt.

Ancient Egypt: Battle of Kadesh: Ramses II

Ancient Egypt: Battle of Kadesh

The Battle of Kadesh was fought in 1274 BC during the conflicts between the Egyptians and Hittite Empire and saw Ramses II win a bloody victory.

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The exterior of the northern wall of the Ramses II Temple at Abydos is decorated with scenes from the Battle of Kadesh. Ramses II fought this battle in the 5th year of his reign against the Hittite army near the Syrian town of Kadesh on the Orontes River. The battle is generally dated to 1274 BC

’Battle of Kadesh at Abydos.’ The exterior of the northern wall of the Ramses II Temple at Abydos. A similar scene can be found at Abu Simbel.

Shasu Spies. The Egyptians beat the Shasu spies who told Ramesses that the Hittites had fled the city of Kadesh. They lied and he didn't take too kindly to it. On the Ramasseum walls, Pharoah depicts his war with the Hittites, wearing the blue Kephresh Crown of War and tying his horse's reigns around his waist, he paints his most famous Battle of Kadesh as a victory for himself and Egypt. Really - he nearly lost his empire and the war ended in a truce (Famous Treaty of Kadesh). Darn Spies!

This is taken from my book The Emergence and Nature of Human History, Volume One . The section of the book from which this is taken is a chronology of the emergence of consciousness. The chronology .

Hittites - Egypto-Hittite Peace Treaty (c. 1258 BC) between Hattusili III and Ramesses II is the best known early written peace treaty. Istanbul Archaeology Museum

Hittites - Egypto-Hittite Peace Treaty (c. 1258 BC) between Hattusili III and Ramesses II is the best known early written peace treaty.

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