ARCHITECTURAL PLANNING IN CASTLES AND FORTRESSES DURING THE RAMESSIDE ERA (1292-1077 BC), AN ANALYTICAL AND COMPARATIVE STUDY

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  • Nancy Hosam Mahmoud

Abstract

The research deals with Architectural planning in castles and fortresses during the Ramesside era (1292-1077 BC), an analytical and comparative study, and consists of several attempts, including:

First: The royal palaces: including the palaces of the eighteenth dynasty, represented by the palace of King Ay and Horemheb, the palaces of the nineteenth dynasty and the Ramesses era, represented by four palaces: the palace of King Ramses II in the Ramesseum temple in Thebes, the palace of King Merneptah in Memphis, and the palace of King Ramses III in MedinetHabu, and the second palace of King Ramses III in Memphis, where we find that this plan for the Palace of Merneptah and the palaces of Ramses III is the model that followed the planning of castles later.

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2022-03-24

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