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Treaty of Kadesh Tablet Between Ramesses II and Hattusili II

Treaty of Kadesh Tablet Between Ramesses II and Hattusili II

Closeup view of the Treaty of Kadesh tablet, which signifies a crucial agreement between Ramesses II, the pharaoh of Egypt, and Hattusili II, the king of the Hittite Empire. The tablet is isolated against a black background, allowing for a clear focus on the inscription and its details. The Treaty of Kadesh dates back to approximately 1274 BC and is a result of a significant and large-scale battle that took place between Ramesses II and Muvattali in the city of Kadesh. The battle ultimately led to the establishment of the Kadesh Peace Treaty.

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Treaty of Kadesh Tablet Between Ramesses II and Hattusili II
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