Ramesses II's 'Royal Trinity' Discovered?

A group of ancient statues has been discovered in the deserts of Egypt, and this remarkable timeworn ‘royal-trinity’ seems to feature the Egyptian creator god Ptah, the maintainer of Earth, King Ramesses II , and the destroyer goddess and afterworld guide, Sekhmet. The same trio is represented outside Cairo’s Egyptian Museum, but to find these three at Memphis is a bit of an anomaly.

According to a post on the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities Facebook Page , the Supreme Council of Archaeology in Egypt has discovered “pink and black granite statues dating back to the reign of Ramesses II” at the modern-day town of Mit Rahina near the ancient Egyptian capital of Memphis. Adding to this, a series of coptic-era limestone blocks were also found near Mit Raineh.

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