„VIII. Ramszesz” változatai közötti eltérés

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<!--was one of the last surviving sons of [[Ramesses III]], by [[Iset Ta-Hemdjert]].<ref>Nicolas Grimal, A History of Ancient Egypt, (Blackwell Books: 1992), pp.288-289</ref> The fact that he succeeded to power after the death of Ramesses VII--a son of Ramesses VI--may indicates a continuing problem in the royal succession.<ref>Clayton, op. cit., p.169</ref> Ramesses VIII is the most obscure ruler of this Dynasty and the current information from his brief kingship suggest that he lasted on the throne for one year at the most.<ref>Grimal, op. cit., p.289</ref><ref>Clayton, op. cit., p.169</ref> although some scholars assign him a maximum reign of two years. Monuments from his reign are scarce and consist primarily of an inscription at Medinet Habu, a mention of this ruler in one document--Berlin [[stela]] 2081 of Hori at Abydos--and one scarab. His only known date is a '''Year 1, I Peret day 2''' graffito in the tomb of Kyenebu at Thebes.<ref>Tomb No.113: see P.M. I, i (1960), pp.230-231</ref>
He is the sole pharaoh of the Twentieth Dynasty whose tomb has not been definitely identified in the [[Valley of the Kings]], though some scholars have suggested that the tomb of Prince [[Mentuherkhepshef]], [[KV19]], the son of [[Ramesses IX]], was originally started for Ramesses VIII but proved unsuitable when he became a king in his own right. Ramesses VIII's prenomen or royal name, Usermaatre Akhenamun, means "Powerful is the Justice of Re, Helpful to Amun."<ref>Clayton, op. cit., p.167</ref>-->