The story goes that Ramesses II (1279-1213 BC) was actually, for reasons unknown, issued a passport in 1974
New timeline: No, that never happened.
He’d been dead for thousands of years. Why would he be issued a passport?
Apparently, to fly his 3,000 year old body to Paris, he had to have a passport.
The son of Seti I, and Pharaoh before he was 20, he may have been the most powerful Pharaoh to have lived, but not powerful enough to evade the modern day beurocracraftic requirements of the French government.