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Seti the First
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After the death of Ramesses the First, his son, Seti the First, who was already a middle-aged man, became king and ruled Egypt for about 16 years. His reign was marked with military activities in the North of Egypt.

He shared in the construction of the great Hypostyle Hall at Karnak, the temple of Abydos, and his mortuary temple at Qurnah. A Hypostyle Hall is one having a roof or ceiling supported by rows of columns. He was buried in a huge tomb at the Valley of the Kings.

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Culture:

Pharaonic

Gender:

Male
Type Type

Type:

King
Map Map

Ruled: 

Luxor
Timeline Timeline

Ruled: 

1297 BC - 1281 BC
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Architecture
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Statue of Seti the First
Statue of Seti the First

Valley of the Kings
Valley of the Kings

Ramesses the Second
Ramesses the Second

Abydos
Abydos

Ramesses the First
Ramesses the First

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