with In the special archaeological works which were conducted near the ancient capital of Memphis the modern city of Mit-Rahina, scientists found statues of Egyptian goddesses and Pharaoh Ramses II as well as several relief units.

Ramses II, also known as Ramesses the Great, ruled Egypt from 1279 in 1213 BC. It is often called the most powerful Pharaoh in Egyptian history, and successors called him the “Great ancestor”. He was able to embroider the influence of Egypt in the world, and under his rule was built many great monuments.

Recently, the Ministry of tourism and artifacts of Egypt announced on his page in Facebook that during the archaeological work was discovered the statue of the goddesses Hathor, Sekhmet and Ptah. According to the encyclopedia of ancient history, Hathor was considered the mother of the Sun God RA, while Sekhmet was the goddess-warrior and healing. The God Ptah was patron of craftsmen and architects.

Here were found stone blocks the Coptic era. Times, which was named after the ethnic groups of Egyptians are Copts, they date back to around IV — VII centuries ad.

Dr. Mostafa Vaziri, Secretary General of the antiquities Service of Egypt, said that the blocks indicate that this place was inhabited several times at different times. The excavations will continue “until then, until you have discovered all existing artifacts”.