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This page was last edited on 10 Novemberat The main source of information is in the Egyptian record of the battle for which a general level dee accuracy is assumed despite factual errors and propaganda.
Outside of the inscriptions, there are textual occurrences preserved in Papyrus Raifet and Papyrus Sallier III and a rendering of these same events in a letter from Ramesses to Hattusili III written in response to a scoffing complaint by Hattusili about the pharaoh’s victorious depiction of the battle.
There is no bataiple about the outcome or what took place, with views ranging from an Egyptian victory to a draw,  or, in the view of Iranian Egyptologist Mehdi Yarahmadian Egyptian defeat with the Egyptian accounts simply propaganda.
The battle is generally dated to BC in the Egyptian chronology and is the earliest battle in recorded history for which details of tactics and formations are known. His infantry went on the narrow passes as if on the highways of Egypt.
Dardania allies of the Trojans,  northwest Anatolia. Not to be confused with Battle of Kamdesh. The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology.
Battle of Kadesh
The new lighter, faster, two-man Egyptian chariots were able to pursue and take down the slower three-man Hittite chariots from behind as they overtook them. Some fled northward to the Amun camp, all the while being pursued by Hittite chariots.
This list is of considerable interest to Hittitologists, as it reflects the extent of Hittite influence at the time. Views Read Edit View history.
The New Kingdom p. On the Hittite side, king Muwatalli had mustered several of his allies, among them Rimisharrinaa, the king of Aleppo. Many of the Egyptian campaign accounts between c. An Encyclopedia of Battles. They are more numerous than the grains of sand on the beach.
Atlas of Military History. Led by its king, Talmi-Sarruma, grandson of Suppiluliuma I. Muwatalli had positioned his troops behind “Old Kadesh”, but Ramesses, misled by two spies whom the Egyptians had captured, thought the Hittite forces were still far off, at Aleppo,  and ordered his forces to set up camp.
They are armed with their infantry and their chariots.
Battle of Kadesh – Wikipedia
In the eighth and ninth years of his reign, Ramesses extended his military successes ; this time, he proved more successful against his Hittite foes when he successfully captured the cities of Dapur and Tunip where no Egyptian soldier had been seen since the time of Thutmose III almost years previously. The prisoners revealed that the entire Hittite army and the Hittite king were actually close at hand:.
During the late Eighteenth dynastythe Amarna letters tell the story of the decline of Egyptian influence in the region. Finally, the Ptah division arrived from the south, threatening the Hittite rear. In addition to these lengthy presentations, there are also numerous small captions used to point out various elements of the battle.
He made an informal peace with the Hittites, took control of coastal areas along the Mediterranean Sea and continued to campaign in Canaan. Only with help from the gods did Ramesses II defeat bataulle attackers and return kadesu the Egyptian lines: All articles lacking reliable references Articles lacking reliable references from March Webarchive template wayback links CS1 uses Persian-language script fa CS1 Persian-language sources fa Coordinates on Wikidata All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from December Commons category link from Wikidata.
A second campaign led to his capture of Kadesh where a stela commemorated his victory and Amurru kingdom. This process continued in the Nineteenth Dynasty. He has sent us to spy on you. Egypt of the Pharaohs.
Clash of the Warrior kings. The Egyptians showed flagging interest here until almost the end of the dynasty. Relief inside his Abu Simbel temple. Behold, they stand equipped and ready for battle behind the old city of Kadesh.