Volume II Plate 31 - Bas-reliefs from the hypostyle and the first pylon of the Ramesseum ~ On the interior (south) wall of the Ramesseum is a scene showing the capture of the Hittite fortress of Dapur, in today's Syria, which occurred as part of Ramesses II's campaign to suppress Galilee in 1296 B.C. The Egyptians are pictured mounting the walls of the fortress on scaling ladders, while others advance under the protection of storming sheds and their shields, the enemy fleeing in chariots. The King's sons, taking part in the battle, are identified by their names.

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