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The greatest ruler of the New Kingdom, however, was Ramesses II (also known as Ramesses the Great, 1279-1213 BCE) who commenced the most elaborate building projects of any Egyptian ruler and who reigned so efficiently that he had the means to do so. The determinative is a glyph that carries no phonetic value but instead is added at the end of a word to clarify the meaning of the word. A prime example of what unskilled laborers were expected to do includes working for the government during the flood season.

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