I thought the Phoarah of the Old Testament was Ramses II but that was not true. That was based on Cecil De Milles “TEN COMMANDMENTS” staring Charleston Heston. I think many Christians in these age who watched that original TEN COMMANDMENT movie are mislead that the Paroah is Ramses II when in fact, history shows that it was Paraoh Ahmose.
I like to quote Wikipedia on the account of the historical document.
Ahmose I. Jacobovici suggests that the name of the Pharaoh at the time of the Exodus may have been a paronomasia. Jacobovici states that in Hebrew, the Egyptian name Ahmose would mean “Brother of Moses.” The documentary also examines the mummy of Ahmose’s son Sapair, who appears to have died at the age of twelve. In the Bible, the pharaoh loses a son to the Plague of the Firstborn, although Jewish tradition says that the son of Pharaoh survived. Also, the name of Ahmose I was mispronounced in the documentary. In the documentary it was pronounced “ĀḤKH-mōsay”, when it is actually pronounced “Ā-mōs”. Also, while the Egyptian mos can become Mošə in Hebrew, it cannot happen in the reverse. The Egyptian “s” corresponds to the Hebrew “š” (“sh”) when transliterating from Egyptian, however, in the reverse, “š” stays the same