Amorite 400 years. (Genesis 15:13-16)
by Lujack Skylark
1895-1881 B.C. Sumu-abum
1880-1845 B.C. Sumulael
1844-1831 B.C. Sabium
1830-1813 B.C. Apil-Sin
1812-1793 B.C. Sin-muballit
1792-1750 B.C. Hammurabi
1749-1711 B.C. Samsuiluna is attacked by Kassites. First mention of the horse driven chariot.
1711 B.C. Joseph age 30 is given the king's second chariot. (Genesis 41:43)We know Senusret III had horses cause a horse skeleton dated to his reign was found in Nubia (Sudan) in 1959 A.D.
1710-1684 B.C. Abi-Eshuh dams up the Tigris river to starve out the Sealanders. This happens during the global world famine. (Genesis 41:57)This famine lasted 7 years.(Genesis 41:54) Jacob age 130 enters Egypt in 1702 B.C. the second year of famine. Pharoah Senusert III's (1724-1685 B.C.) army barely withdrew from Nubia in time in his 20th year cause the Nile river was becoming shallow.
Famine 1704-1697 B.C.
1683-1647 B.C. Ammi-danta
1646-1626 B.C. Ammi-saduqa
1625 - 1595 B.C. Samsu-ditana last Amorite ruler of Babylon.
1595-1495 B.C. Amorites are powerful in Syria and Lebanon.
1495 B.C. not 1434 B.C. is when Thutmose III dies in the Exodus. Thutmose III went to war against the Amorites for 17 military operations. Amenhotep II,Thutmose IV,Amenhotep III and Akenaton all receive tribute from the Amorites proving their 400 years of power was broken.