King Seti I

Seti I (1294-1279 BC), was the second king of the 19th Dynasty and father of the great king Ramses II. His tomb is the highest, deepest, and most beautiful in the Valley of the Kings.

Seti I was the second Pharoah of the 19th dynasty. He also considered being one of the greatest kings of the New Kingdom. He reconquered most of the regions for Egypt and accomplished most of his military campaigns with victories.

He led many military campaigns to Syria, Palestine, and Libya. He also began an era of order and restoration.  He continued building the Great Hypostyle Hall at Karnak Temple

 Seti's luxurious tomb in the Valley of the Kings, near Thebes, and his temple at Abydos are remarkable design buildings. His mummy was found in 1881 at Dayr al Bhari. 

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