Ramses

  • (noun): Any of 12 kings of ancient Egypt between 1315 and 1090 BC.
    Synonyms: Rameses, Ramesses

Some articles on ramses:

Sethos (Peabody Mysteries) - Abilities
... In Lord of the Silent, his own nephew Ramses Emerson reflects with frustration that, whether he is on the Emersons' side or against them, it is nearly impossible to catch him in a situation where he's ... In Lion, Ramses acquires part of his collection and becomes quite adept at the art of disguise himself ... A Compendium Cast Amelia Peabody Radcliffe Emerson Ramses Emerson Nefret Emerson Sethos Evelyn Emerson David Todros List of Amelia Peabody characters ...
Railway Stations In Egypt - Stations Served By Passenger Trains
... Paris Oasis 6 October 6 October – Cairo Ramses Aamir Ismailiya – Suez Ab'adiya Alexandria – Rosetta Aba el-Waqf Cairo Ramses – Minya Abaza Cairo Limun – Salihiya Salihiya – Zaqaziq Abd ...
Amelia Peabody Series - Series Narrative
... Following the birth of their son Ramses (né Walter) Emerson ("as swarthy as an Egyptian and as arrogant as a Pharaoh"), the Emersons initially ... insists on staying in England with his family while Ramses is too young to travel ... Emerson return to Egypt at least once without Ramses (The Curse of the Pharaohs) in 1892 before deciding to bring him along on their annual digs (The Mummy ...
List Of Courage The Cowardly Dog Characters - Other Antagonists - King Ramses
... Dilworth King Ramses is the ghost of a pharaoh from ancient Egypt ... Two grave robbers steal a slab from his tomb and flee to Nowhere, but Ramses appears and demands the return of his slab ... They refuse, so Ramses summons a swarm of locusts ...
Seeing A Large Cat - Plot Summary
... The Emersons' son Ramses (now aged sixteen) and their adopted son David have been living in Egypt for six months, and their ward Nefret has been studying anatomy with Louisa Aldrich-Bl ... American debutante insists she needs protection from a stalker (selecting Ramses for the job), and a mummy swathed in modern clothing begins to lend verisimilitude to her otherwise unconvincing ... This volume marks the death of the cat Bastet and the first whiskey Ramses is permitted to imbibe (although the two events are not directly related) ...