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Case File: Ramses II vs. Prince of Bakhtan

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Case Description: Ramses II charges the Prince of Bakhtan with stealing a statue of Khonsu. The pharaoh once formed an alliance with the kingdom of Bakhtan. When one of Bakhtan's princesses was possessed by a demon, kind old Rammy sent a statue of Khonsu to heal her. After Khonsu kicked out the demon, the princess's brother kept the magical statue for far longer than he needed to, robbing Egypt of its presence.

Case Status: Dismissed. Eventually, Khonsu figured out how to get home. Ramses didn't press further charges.

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