This person, often remembered the most powerful ruler of ancient Egypt, is often called "Ozymandias."
Answer Ramses II
Ramses II is considered the greatest Egyptian pharaoh. He conquered extensive land in Mesopotamia, and is memorable for the number of enormous statues he commissioned of his face on a sphinx's body. The Percy Shelley poem called "Ozymandias" refers to Ramses, and reflects that all great dynasties come to an end.
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