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Later in the same conversation: Have I taught you nothing?The Prince Of Egypt - Moses Kills A Man
You mustn't be so hard on yourself, Your Majesty; you're an excellent teacher. It's not your fault your sons learned nothing. Well, they learned blasphemy. Immediately after saying Rameses needed a chance to prove himself, Moses drops a wineskin onto the priests, who promptly blame Rameses.
Who then dumps the entire bowl of wine on them with a look that just screams, 'Why the hell not? Oh, my new thing! I am so upset! Moses offering him the rest of it helps, as pictured to the right.
And later on, the same thing occurs at the party: Father will kill me! Don't worry, no one will even notice us come in! Aaron desperately trying to get Miriam to shut up. Oh, my good prince Not that it was too much, we-we quite enjoyed it.
But-But she's confused and knows not to whom she speaks! That's why Papa says she'll never get married," says the oldest of Tzipporah's three younger sisters. Plus, right before that: Aren't these your camels?
Well that's one I haven't heard before. Rameses was but a toddler when an infant Moses was discovered by his mother; during this period in history, his father Seti had ordered the death of all Hebrew boys after a prophecy saying that the slaves would be united under a leader chosen by God similar to how Herod would, many years later, attempt another Massacre Of The Innocents.
The young Rameses was by his mother's side as she took his new baby brother to meet the Pharaoh.
Moses’ Relationships with Rameses and God
The Pharaoh agreed to raise the infant, and Rameses presumably shared a happy childhood with Moses, accepting him as his own brother. Rameses and Moses as teenagers. When we next meet them, Rameses and Moses are in their teens and prone to mischief, engaging in wild chariot races.
Both brothers were competitive but fairly good-natured towards one another; however, their chariot race caused great damage to their surroundings, infuriating Seti who was harsh with his eldest son, calling him a "weak link," an insult that deeply wounded Rameses and would continue to affect him later in life. However, a short time later, Rameses was appointed Prince Regent by his father who was moved by an appeal by Moses on his brother's behalfand he promptly appointed Moses as Royal Chief Architect.
During the celebrations, Hotep and Huy were ordered to give Rameses a gift as a sign of respect for their new superior, and the two high priests offered Rameses a kidnapped woman from a desert tribe as his bride or more likely, a concubine.
However, due to her fiery nature, Rameses didn't want her and tried to give her to Moses, which simply angered her more and she fought back until she was humiliated by Moses; Rameses found this amusing and ordered the guards to "dry her up and have her delivered to Prince Moses' chambers" although Moses ultimately set her free.
At a later point, Rameses was overseeing the building of a great temple when Moses who had recently learned of his true Hebrew heritage fought against a guard abusing an old slave and accidentally killed him in the process. Rameses was shocked and confused, and ran after his brother as he fled; he showed little concern over the death of the guard and even told Moses that, as royalty, he could see to it that the crime would never be heard of again. However, Moses was too full of regret and confusion and fled into the desert, leaving Rameses alone in Egypt.
Taking The Throne Rameses, the ruler of Egypt. During Moses' time in the desert, Rameses had taken power following the death of his father, and the oppression of the Hebrews had become worse as Rameses continued to build, determined to make a legacy as great as that of his father.
When Moses returned, Rameses was overjoyed. Hotep and Huy were quick to try and ruin the reunion, however, by insisting Rameses enforce the death sentence on Moses for killing the guard; however, Rameses dismissed them and proclaimed Moses innocent of all crimes and a prince of Egypt. Unfortunately for Rameses, Moses was charged by God to stand against Rameses and free the Hebrews, which soon caused a confrontation between the two brothers.
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Conflict With Moses Rameses refusing Moses' pleas. When Moses transformed his staff into a cobra as his first miracle, Rameses was amused and had Hotep and Huy perform a magic act of their own in an attempt to make Moses see otherwise. Following this event, he motioned to Moses to follow him to a secluded area so as to talk alone. Once Rameses was away from the public eye, he conversed more openly with Moses, trying to justify not only his own actions but that of his father.
However, he was visibly hurt when Moses rejected his words and handed back the ring Rameses had given him when he promoted him to Chief Architect. Feeling betrayed, Rameses became angry, telling Moses "I do not know this God" and that he would not let the Hebrews be set free, also ranting that he would not become the weak link as his father previously told him.
Rameses then informed Moses that all slaves would have their workload doubled, implicitly blaming Moses. When the two next met, Rameses was enjoying a boat ride on the Nile with his son when Moses once again demanded that he set "his people free".
Rameses unsuccessfully tried to ignore Moses and promptly ordered his guards to bring Moses to him. His guards attempted to capture Moses, only for God to turn the Nile River into blood as another of His miracles. At first, Rameses was shocked at this show of power and demanded that Hotep and Huy explain how it was done.
When the two magicians replicated the miracle via the use of a dye, Rameses' fear subsided and he laughed it off, then warned Moses that the "joke" must now end, unaware that this was just the beginning. During the onset of the great darkness, Rameses was visited by Moses in the temple.