Ramesses (//) — also commonly spelled Rameses or Ramses (//) — is the name conventionally given in English transliteration to 11 Egyptian pharaohs of the later New Kingdom period. The name Ramesses means "Ra [is] the one who gave birth [to] him".
- Ramesses III: adversary of the Sea Peoples
- Ramesses IV
- Ramesses V
- Ramesses VI
- Ramesses VII
- Ramesses VIII
- Ramesses IX
- Ramesses X
- Ramesses XI
- Ramses, a former automobile and motor bike marque from the Egyptian Light Transport Manufacturing Company
- Ramesses or Pi-Ramesses, the name palace of Ramesses II, at the former site of Avaris
- Prince Ramesses (prince), second son of Ramesses II
- The fictional "Ramses XIII," protagonist of the 1895 historical novel Pharaoh by Bolesław Prus
- Ramesses, the eponymous protagonist's father in "Thamos, König in Ägypten" ("Thamos, King of Egypt", or "King Thamos", in English), a play by Tobias Philipp, for which Mozart wrote incidental music
- Ramesses (band), an English sludge/doom metal band, formed by ex-Electric Wizard members Tim Bagshaw and Mark Greening
- Ramases, an early-1970s-era British musician
- Ramses Emerson, a fictional character in the "Amelia Peabody" book series by U.S. author Elizabeth Peters
- Ramses the Damned, an alternate title of the novel The Mummy by Anne Rice
- Rameses (mascot), the mascot for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- King Ramses, a minor villain in the animated cartoon Courage the Cowardly Dog
- Ramses, a summon creature in the Game Boy Advance game Golden Sun
- Ramses, a brand of condom manufactured by Durex
- Ramses Shaffy (1933–2009), Dutch singer
- Albert Marchinsky, an illusionist whose stage name was "The Great Rameses"
- MV Ramses, a German blockade runner sunk by HMAS Adelaide in 1942
- Cruz-Uribe, Eugene (July 1978). "The Father of Rameses I: 0I 11456". Journal of Near Eastern Studies 37 (3): 237–244.
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