Ramses, the Egyptian ruler, married as a teenager. He became pharaoh at the age of 20 and had about 100 children. He was a great builder, and he's the one who moved Egypt's capital from Memphis to an area in the Delta: Rameses. This was a military move, which brought his solid army (more than 20,000 men in the infantry) closer to Syria and Libya, Egypt's historical enemies. Ramses had a reputation as a fearless warrior. His body is in the Valley of the Kings.