Ramesses atop chariot, at the battle of Kadesh. (Relief inside his Abu Simbel temple.)  Date	1274 BC[1]  Location	On the Orontes River near Kadesh  Result	Both sides claimed victory[2][3]  Tactical: Pyrrhic Egyptian victory[citation needed]  Operational: Egyptian defeat (campaign ended in Egyptian retreat)  Strategic: Hittite victory (Hittite Empire expanded southward, to Upi)[4]

Ramesses atop chariot, at the battle of Kadesh. (Relief inside his Abu Simbel temple.) Date 1274 BC[1] Location On the Orontes River near Kadesh Result Both sides claimed victory[2][3] Tactical: Pyrrhic Egyptian victory[citation needed] Operational: Egyptian defeat (campaign ended in Egyptian retreat) Strategic: Hittite victory (Hittite Empire expanded southward, to Upi)[4]

Ramses II before the battle of Kadesh. The driver is called Menna and one horse victory-in-thebes

Ramses II before the battle of Kadesh. The driver is called Menna and one horse victory-in-thebes

THE BATTLE OF KADESH: Tactical   The Hittite Chariots wheel  north and attack the Camp of Amun  Click here for further detail.

THE BATTLE OF KADESH: Tactical The Hittite Chariots wheel north and attack the Camp of Amun Click here for further detail.

Battle of Kadesh - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Battle of Kadesh - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ancient Egypt: Battle of Kadesh: Ramses II

Ancient Egypt: Battle of Kadesh

Ancient Egypt: Battle of Kadesh: Ramses II

Pinterest
Search