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They were arrested at Cairo's Ramses Square on August 16, caught up in the dragnet of a mass arrest carried out by the military.Interview With Canadian Filmmaker John Greyson Following His Release from Cairo's Tora Prison|Jesse Rosenfeld|October 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Elsewhere, there were clashes across the river, east of downtown in Ramses Square.
In Ramses Square, where the pro-Morsi marches were supposed to end, blood soaked the streets.
The position of Ramses has been identified; that of Succoth is more questionable.The Emancipation of Massachusetts|Brooks Adams
Ramses did not allow himself to be deceived into thinking that his success was final.
His associate in the government, Ramses IV., barely survived him.
Thence it is half a day's journey to Ain-al-Shams or Ramses, which is in ruins.The Itinerary of Benjamin of Tudela|Benjamin of Tudela
The khedival mail-boat Ramses sped swiftly over the unruffled surface of the sea.