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Nineteenth Dynasty of Egypt family tree

The family tree of the Egyptian Nineteenth dynasty is the usual mixture of conjecture and interpretation. The family history starts with the appointment of Ramesses I as the successor to Horemheb, the last king of the Eighteenth Dynasty who had no heirs.[1] From Ramesses' line came perhaps the greatest king of the New Kingdom of Egypt, Ramesses II. He ruled for nearly 67 years and had many children (see List of children of Ramses II).

Following Ramesses II's death, his granddaughter declined the throne and the succession remains unclear. The parentage of Pharaoh Amenmesse and his exact relation to Siptah is unknown.

Ramesses I
Hattusili III
Seti I
Ramesses II
Ramesses Bintanath Khaemweset Isisnofret
Seti II


  1. ^ Joyce Tyldesley: Ramesses, Egypt's Greatest Pharaoh


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