Sounds like a very progressive school. Was this topic assigned to you or did you decide on it yourselves? The reason I ask is that equating Ramose to Ramses II will be a tough sell. Personally, I wouldn't risk my graduation or even "bragging rights" on that. Egyptology presently does not recognize any relationship between Ramose and Ramses II. However, in my model Ramose is the great-grandfather of Ramses II. How do you propose to collapse the intervening generations and make them one and the same?
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