Statue of Ramesses II, the ‘Younger Memnon’. From the Ramesseum, Thebes, Egypt, 19th Dynasty, about 1250 BC. British Museum, London.
The Treaty of Versailles, signed at the conclusion of World War I
Ramesses II as a child (Cairo Museum)
The "Peace Memorial" about the Treaty of Nöteborg at the Orekhovy Island
African prisoners in the temple Abu Simbel
Tablet of one of the earliest recorded treaties in history, Treaty of Kadesh, at the Istanbul Archaeology Museum
A relief of Ramses II from Memphis showing him capturing enemies: a Nubian, a Libyan and a Syrian, circa 1250 BC. Cairo Museum.
Peace-treaty of Zadar (1358), which ended the war between the Croato-Hungarian Kingdom and the Republic of Venice, forcing the latter to withdraw from Croatian coast
Color reproduction of the relief depicting Ramesses II storming the Hittite fortress of Dapur
West Asiatic prisoners of Ramses II at Abu Simbel.
Tablet of treaty between Ḫattušili III of Hatti and Ramesses II of Egypt, at the İstanbul Archaeology Museums
Kolosstatue Ramses II Memphis
Part of Gerf Hussein temple, originally in Nubia
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Ramesses II with Amun and Mut, Museo Egizio, Turin, Italy
Colossal Statue of Ramses II in the first peristyle court at Luxor
The Younger Memnon: part of colossal statue of Ramesses from Ramesseum, now in British Museum
Scattered remains displayed in front of Osirid statues
Facade of the Great Temple at Abu Simbel
Mummy of Ramesses II, now in Cairo Museum
The mummy of Ramesses the Great
Tomb wall depicting Nefertari

The lack of resolution led to further conflict between Egypt and the Hittites, with Ramesses II capturing the city of Kadesh and Amurru in his 8th year as king.

- Peace treaty

The ensuing document is the earliest known peace treaty in world history.

- Ramesses II
Statue of Ramesses II, the ‘Younger Memnon’. From the Ramesseum, Thebes, Egypt, 19th Dynasty, about 1250 BC. British Museum, London.

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