- The name of several royal princes in Dynasty 19 and Dynasty 20. The first known was a son of Ramesses II, but it appears that this name was merely an alternate name of PrinceAmenherkhepeshef. The tomb (number 43) of Sethherkhepeshef (fl. c. 1185 BC), son of Ramesses III, is located in the Valley of the Queens, and it appears from his depiction that he died as a child. A second Prince Sethherkhepeshef succeeded as Ramesses VIII and may well have been a younger son of Ramesses III of the same name.Historical Dictionary Of Ancient Egypt by Morris L. Bierbrier
Ancient Egypt. A Reference Guide. EdwART. 2011.
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Ramesses III — King 1198 1166 BC. The son of Setnakhte and his queen Tiye merenese, Ramesses III was the last great warrior king of Egypt, although his military actions were largely defensive. He conciously modelled himself on *Ramesses II with regard to… … Ancient Egypt
Ramesses VIII — (reigned c. 1129–1126 BC) Throne name Usermaatre akhenamun. Personal name Sethherkhepeshef. Epithet meryamun. Successor of Ramesses VII and possibly son of Ramesses III. His reign was brief, and no tomb has been identified for him. Historical… … Ancient Egypt