Historic Statue of Pharaoh Ramses II Excavated in Egypt
A 3000-year-old statue believed to depict Pharaoh Ramses II has been excavated from the archeological site of Heliopolis in Cairo.
PHOTO ESSAYS: Statue of Egyptian King Ramses II Excavated
A bulldozer hoists the statue of King Ramses II found at the Matariya area, north of Cairo, Egypt. Read the full Voice of America report about the statue's excavation here.
This is Africa, 15 March 2017
Egypt is known as the land of Pharaohs. Years after the reign of Pharaohs, archaeologists are trying to find more and more remains and evidences of this past world. A statue… Read more »
The statue of king Ramses II is 8-meter high and weighs 8.5 tons and made from quartzite stone.