Ramses II was once the single most featured face in Egyptian architecture.
Naville have, however, shown that Ramses II.
Hence the Pharaoh of the Exodus is commonly supposed to have been Ramses (Rameses) II.'s successor, Merenptah (Mineptah).
To 1383-1365 B.C., assigns Ramses II.
But in the reign of Ramses III.
Alternative dates for Ramses II.: Maspero, The Struggle of the Nations (1897), P. 449, c. 1320-1255; Breasted (1906), 1292-1225; Meyer (1909), 1310-1244.
(1376-1366) that power collapsed altogether; but his successors attempted to recover it, and Ramses (Rameses) II.
The successors of Ramses III.