CUSTOMS INTERCONNECT EGYPTIAN AND BIBLICAL HISTORY

by Tom
(USA)

Oxford History of Ancient Egypt by Ian Shaw 2000 A.D. pages 165 and 480 reveal Senusret III had a 39 year reign, Amenemhet III 45 year reign and Amenemhet IV reigned 9 years = 93 years. Joseph age 17 (Genesis 37:2) entered Egypt and lived through all three Egypt kings reigns! 17 + 93 = 110 years old when Joseph died. (Genesis 50:26)


Joseph saw the 3rd generation being born in Egypt. (Genesis 50:23) Moses was the fourth generation living in Egypt: Levi, Kohath, Amram and Moses. (Exodus 6:16-20) Exodus 12:40 should read 430 years from Haran Abraham's brother's death at UR to the Exodus. From Joseph's death to Moses birth = 56 years.

From Haran's death Pepi II reigned 12 years before he died.

Mentuhotep I 51 years, Mentuhotep II 12 years & Mentuhotep III 7 years = 82 years.

Amenemhet I 30 years, Senusret I 36 years, Amenmehet II 34 years, Senusret II 19 years, Senusret III 39 years, Amenemhet III 45 years, Amenemhet IV 9 years & Queen Sobekneferu 3 years = 215 years.

Abydos Egyptian king lists reveals next king to reign after Amenemhet IV is ten year old Ahmose.

Ahmose 25 years, Amenhotep I 21 years & House of Thutmose I-III = 87 years = 133 years. 82 + 215 + 133 = 430 years!

Joseph served as governor over the Canaanite/Hyksos or Amorites (Genesis 47:13-17) Hyksos chieftains: Sheshi, Yakubher (Yakub = Jacob), Khyan & Apepi I.*

*Apepi I was an admirer of Amenemhet III since his name was etched on Amenemhet III's sphinxes found at Tanis & Apepi I recopied the Rhind Mathematical Papyrus in which the original was written before Amenemhet III had died.

The chariot
was used for ceremonial purposes ONLY when Joseph was alive. (Genesis 41:43) and (Genesis 50:6-9)

Civil war in Egypt occurred soon after Joseph had died.

Thebean king Mentuhotep IV had been assassinated by Amenemhet I so 212 years later Ahmose father Thebean Seqenenre Tao assassinates Amenemhet IV same year Joseph had died. Remember Joseph had bought all the land for Senusret III? (Genesis 47:20-22) The Thebeans wanted their land back. Hyksos chieftain Apepi I slays Tao and the war continues between Tao's son Kamose and queen Sobekneferu and both die after reigning a little over three years.

Apepi I then is declared king over Egypt at Avaris while Ahmose becomes king over Thebes. Ahmose then drives Apepi II or Khamudi's Hyksos forces out of Egypt in the first Exodus.

Thutmose I is the slayer of Hebrew male babies. (Exodus 1:15-16) Thutmose I knew not Joseph (Exodus 1:8) because Ahmose purged Joseph's name from all Egyptian records.
Princess Thermutis (Hatshepsut) saved Moses. (Exodus 2:5-10)

Queen Hatshepsut reigned for the sickly Thutmose II. Hatshepsut worshiped the cow goddess Hathor, Minoan boys in Egypt's delta the mixed crowd (Exodus 12:38) jumped over bulls and the Hebrews later in the wilderness worshiped the golden calf. (Exodus 32:24)

Thutmose III was the Exodus pharaoh. (1 Kings 6:1) The Asiatics rebelled twice against pharaoh Amenhotep II army after hearing about the miracle at the Red Sea (Joshua 2:10) 38 & 31 years before Joshua entered Jericho. The east wind was so strong (Exodus 14:21-22) the winds caused a sandstorm burying the Sphinx. Prince Thutmose had a dream if he cleared the sand from the Sphinx he would become the next king and he became Thutmose IV. Amenhotep III receives the Tel Amarna letters from Canaanite kings stating the Haribu (Hebrews) have invaded Canaan.

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Egyptian and Biblical History
by: Mitch

Egyptian Nubian king Shabaka->roasts Bocchoris alive as penalty for starting a rebellion in Egypt's delta when his father Piankhi had died.
Osorkon IV now a governor was approached by Hoshea's officials in Judea's king Ahaz reign.
(2 Kings 17:1-4)Assyrian king Shalmaneser V found out about the conspiracy and Hoshea became the last king to rule over Samaria. Osorkon IV gives Assyrian king Sargon II horses as tribute.

Shabaka's son Shabataka->reigns over Egypt while his other son Taharka reigns over Ethiopia. (2 Kings 19:9)Their reigns began around Judah's king Hezekiah's 13th year in office. (2 Chronicles 29:1)& (2 Chronicles 20:1-6)Hezekiah was sick his 14th year he reigned. Taharka proved no help to Hezekiah for it was the Lord who killed 185,000 Assyrians the night before Sennacherib's planned attack. (2 Kings 19:35-36)

Taharka->becomes king of both Egypt and Ethiopia when his brother Shabataka dies. Assyrian king Esarhaddon invades Egypt and Taharka flees Memphis. Assyrian king Esarhaddon takes Judah's king Manasseh away to Babylon in chains.
(2 Chronicles 33:11)Assyrian troops must return to Egypt for Taharka once more is causing trouble. Assyrian king Esarhaddon dies in route before Assyrians can arrive to attack Taharka's forces.

Necho I->is placed on the Egyptian throne by Assyrian king Ashur-banipal. Taharka flees back to Ethiopia. Necho I reigns for 8 years according to Egyptian priest Manetho. Taharka's cousin Tanutamon-> reigns over Ethiopia and part of Egypt. Tanutamon then slays Necho I. Assyrian king Ashur-banipal invades Egypt and Tanutamon flees back to Ethiopia. Ashur-banipal then places Psamitik I-> on the Egyptian throne and releases Judah's king Manasseh from Assyrian captivity. Psamitik I then declares Egypt independent when Babylon's king Shamash-shum-Ukin revolts against his brother Assyrian king Ashur-banipal and the Babylonian king perishes in his burning palace.

Egyptian king Necho II-> slew Judah king Josiah.
(2 Kings 23:29)

Egyptian king Psamtik II->marches into Nubia winning victories there.

Egyptian king Apries/Hophra->was allied with Judah king Zedekiah. The Lord let Hophra get killed by one of his generals and let Zedekiah fall into his enemy hands of Nebuchadnezzer. (Jeremiah 44:30)




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Egyptian and Biblical History
by: Mitch

The Egyptian king list in encyclopedia Americana 1974 edition lists the Egyptian kings in this order as new mysteries come to light.

Egyptian king Pami-of Tanis was an obscure king who was likely in conflict with the priests of Amun. Pami was likely the grandfather of Osorkon III and Sheshonq IV from Leontopolis built the triad temple of Amun at Tanis. He recieved the blessings from the priests of Amun meanwhile Amaziah of Judah was in conflict with Israeli king Jehoash and the Israeli king took all the gold, silver and the vessels in the House of the Lord. (2 Kings 14:13-14)

Egyptian king Sheshonq V-of Tanis was declared the great chief of the Libyans. Late in his reign he installs a man named Nimlot to reign at Hermopolis, Egypt.

Egyptian king Osorkon III-plagues strike Egypt late in his reign at the time Uzziah was stricken with leprosy in his 48th year of reign. Assyrian king Ashur-Dan III was stricken by rebellions and plague.

Egyptian king Takelot III solo 2 year reign his sister Shepenwept was appointed the last Divine Adoratrice of Amun before the next one was a Nubian. Takelot III niece married Peftjauabaster (Hermopolis)who joined forces with Osorkon IV (Tanis)--->(the So of 2 Kings 17:4), Nimlot (Hermopolis), Iput (Leontopolis) led by Tefnakht of (Sais)all claiming to be Libyan pharoah's went to war against Nubian/Ethiopian king Piankhi and after Piankhi defeats them and then makes them governors over Egypt. Judah king Ahaz at the time Piankhi has won victory makes a military alliance with Assyrian king Tiglath-Pileser III. (2 Kings 16:7-10)

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Egyptian and Biblical History
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Egyptian king Osorkon I reign-Zerah the Ethiopian in Osorkon I's 25th year attacked Judah's king king Asa in Asa's 10th year (2 Chronicles 14:1 & 2 Chronicles 14:9-15) Ethiopian and Egyptian troops 1,000,000 men strong attack Asa and Judah wins a smashing victory.

Egyptian king Takelot I-did not build anything. Takelot I is also a contemporary of Judah's king Asa and Asa's smashing victory may have crippled Takelot's labor force. Takelot dies 3 years after Asa died.

Egyptian king Osorkon II-built a temple to Bastet in dedication to the cat goddess while Judah's king Jehoshaphat made peace with Israel's king Ahab (1 Kings 22:41-44)Israel king Ahab had given all his sliver to Syrian king Ben-Hadad and Judah's king Jehoshaphat received silver from the Philistines. (1 Kings 20:7-9) & (2 Chronicles 17:11)

Egyptian king Sheshonq II-he is buried in a silver coffin. Judah king Jehoram's family inherited silver, gold & precious things when Sheshonq II briefly reigned over Egypt. (2 Chronicles 21:2-3)

Egyptian king Takelot II-had problems with the Libyans in Egypt's north and the Thebeans in Egypt's south fighting over the high priest of Amun office while Arabians killed Ahaziah's brothers making him the next king of Judah. (2 Chronicles 22:1)Jehu slew Ahaziah. (2 Chronicles 22:9)Queen Athaliah then destroyed all the seed royal in the House of Judah. Jehoshabeth, the daughter of king Ahaziah however hid Jehoash until queen Athaliah was slain. (2 Chronicles 22:12 & 2 Chronicles 23:21) Takelot II dies 5 years after queen Athaliah was slain.

Egyptian king Sheshonq III 8th year Pedibastet revolted against him. Sheshonq III fought against Assyrian king Shalmanser III. Judah's king Jehoash perfected and made veessels for the House of the Lord. (2 Chronicles 24:12-14) The Syrians came against Jehoash and people conspired against him and Jehoash was slain. (2 Kings 12:20)

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Egyptian and Biblical History
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Egyptian king Osorkon I reign-Zerah the Ethiopian in Osorkon I's 25th year attacked Judah's king king Asa in Asa's 10th year (2 Chronicles 14:1 & 2 Chronicles 14:9-15) Ethiopian and Egyptian troops 1,000,000 men strong attack Asa and Judah wins a smashing victory.

Egyptian king Takelot I-did not build anything. Takelot I is also a contemporary of Judah's king Asa and Asa's smashing victory may have crippled Takelot's labor force. Takelot dies 3 years after Asa died.

Egyptian king Osorkon II-built a temple to Bastet in dedication to the cat goddess while Judah's king Jehoshaphat made peace with Israel's king Ahab (1 Kings 22:41-44)Israel king Ahab had given all his sliver to Syrian king Ben-Hadad and Judah's king Jehoshaphat received silver from the Philistines. (1 Kings 20:7-9) & (2 Chronicles 17:11)

Egyptian king Sheshonq II-he is buried in a silver coffin. Judah king Jehoram's family inherited silver, gold & precious things when Sheshonq II briefly reigned over Egypt. (2 Chronicles 21:2-3)

Egyptian king Takelot II-had problems with the Libyans in Egypt's north and the Thebeans in Egypt's south fighting over the high priest of Amun office while Arabians killed Ahaziah's brothers making him the next king of Judah. (2 Chronicles 22:1)Jehu slew Ahaziah. (2 Chronicles 22:9)Queen Athaliah then destroyed all the seed royal in the House of Judah. Jehoshabeth, the daughter of king Ahaziah however hid Jehoash until queen Athaliah was slain. (2 Chronicles 22:12 & 2 Chronicles 23:21) Takelot II dies 5 years after queen Athaliah was slain.

Egyptian king Sheshonq III 8th year Pedibastet revolted against him. Sheshonq III fought against Assyrian king Shalmanser III. Judah's king Jehoash perfected and made veessels for the House of the Lord. (2 Chronicles 24:12-14) The Syrians came against Jehoash and people conspired against him and Jehoash was slain. (2 Kings 12:20)

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Egyptian King Sheshonq II
by: Thomas

Egyptian king Sheshonq II was also quite wealthy. Silver was rare in Egypt. Egyptian king Sheshonq II was buried in a silver coffin and archaeologist also found a gold mask in his tomb.

Judah's king Jehoram ruled at Jerusalem when Sheshonq II reigned over Egypt. Jehoram's family was quite wealthy for Jehoram family had an abundance of silver, gold and precious things. (2 Chronicles 21:3)


Aug 02, 2013
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Psusennes I's wealth
by: Mark

Egyptian king Psusennes I was quite wealthy since he was buried in a silver coffin.

The Hebrews were poor shepherds. Did Israel's king Saul who was a contemporary with Egyptian king Psusennes I have silver?

The Gibeonites wanted no silver or gold of Saul or his house. (2 Samuel 21:4)

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Egyptian History, the Book of Judges to Rehoboam's 5th year
by: Mary

Egyptian king Ramses X reigns when Ammon and the Philistines oppress Israel. Ramses X tries to reopen Egypt's land trade route but Ammon's forces block Egyptian merchants from travel. Judges Ibson & Elon reign during 17 years of 18 years of Ammon's oppression. (Judges 10:6-8)

Judge Jephthah Ammon's 18th year defeats these enemies some 300 years after Joshua destroyed Jericho and entered Heshbon, Aroer and Arnon and all her towns and lived in Canaanite abandoned homes for 300 years. (Judges 11:26)

Egyptian king Ramses XI sends Wenamun to Byblos and he is robbed showing how unsafe travel was in Ramses XI reign with Byblos.

Egyptian king Smendes reigns during the 40 years the Philistines oppress Israel (Judges 13:1) Samson reigns for 20 years during Philistine oppression and the Ark of the covenant rest in the Philistine control for 20 years. (1 Samuel 7:2) Egyptian king Smendes is so poor he can only send Assyrian king Tiglath-Pileser I a crocodile as tribute when the Assyrian king visits Byblos.

Egyptian king Psusennes I is quite rich according to archaeologist whom found treasure in his tomb.
Psusennes I had married a daughter of an Egyptian priest who was wealthy since the Egyptian priesthood controlled 85% of Egyptian wealth at this time in Egyptian history. King Saul reigned over Israel at this time Psusennes I reigned.

Egyptian king Osokhor reign some Egyptians were sold into slavery to the Amalekites. Well Egyptian slavery even existed late in Psusennes I reign before David became king. (1 Samuel 30:11-17)

Egyptian king Siamon late in his reign daughter married king Solomon. (1 Kings 3:1)Egyptian king Siamon even burned the Philisine city of Gezer down as a wedding present for king Solomon. (1 Kings 9:16)

Egyptian king Sheshonq I Biblical Shishak (1 Kings 14:25) attacks Jerusalem in Rehoboam's 5th year and dies a few months later some 521 years after the Exodus.

Solomon's 4th year (1 Kings 6:1) = 480 years + 36 more years of Solomon's reign = 516 years. (1 Kings 11:42)Add Rehoboam's 5th year = 521 years.

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Egyptian History and the Book of Judges
by: Mary

Egyptian king Akenaton reigned when Mitanni king Tushratta his uncle ruled over Mesopatamia. Tushratta was Chushan-Rishathaim (Judges 3:8)

Egyptian king Seti I attacked the Shasu Moabites shortly after judge Ehud slew Moabite king Eglon and Ehud's forces killed 10,000 Moabite warriors.
(Judges 3:20-22 and (Judges 3:29)

Egyptian king Ramses II reigned peacefully over Egypt when Jabin the Canaanite launched his 900 iron chariots upon Israel. (Judges 4:2-3)

Egyptian king Amenmesses had problems with the Syrians, Seti II married a Syrian woman, Merneptah II was part Syrian and queen Tausert had an affair with her Syrian butler Bay while judge Gideon defeated the children of the east the Syrians (Judges 6:3-4)the year queen Tausert arrived on the Egyptian throne.

Egyptian king Ramses III was slain by the Harem Conspirators two years after Abimelech slew his 70 half brothers. (Judges 9:16-18)

Egyptian king Ramses VI pulls out all Egyptian forces in Asia. After Ramses VI dies Judge Jair builds 30 cities in Israel. (Judges 10:3-4)

God is awesome letting us witness how ancient history aligns itself with our Bible.


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Egyptian History and the Book of Judges
by: Mary

Egyptian king Akenaton reigned when Mitanni king Tushratta his uncle ruled over Mesopatamia. Tushratta was Chushan-Rishathaim (Judges 3:8)

Egyptian king Seti I attacked the Shasu Moabites shortly after judge Ehud slew Moabite king Eglon and Ehud's forces killed 10,000 Moabite warriors.
(Judges 3:20-22 and (Judges 3:29)

Egyptian king Ramses II reigned peacefully over Egypt when Jabin the Canaanite launched his 900 iron chariots upon Israel. (Judges 4:2-3)

Egyptian king Amenmesses had problems with the Syrians, Seti II married a Syrian woman, Merneptah II was part Syrian and queen Tausert had an affair with her Syrian butler Bay while judge Gideon defeated the children of the east the Syrians (Judges 6:3-4)the year queen Tausert arrived on the Egyptian throne.

Egyptian king Ramses III was slain by the Harem Conspirators two years after Abimelech slew his 70 half brothers. (Judges 9:16-18)

Egyptian king Ramses VI pulls out all Egyptian forces in Asia. After Ramses VI dies Judge Jair builds 30 cities in Israel. (Judges 10:3-4)

God is awesome letting us witness how ancient history aligns itself with our Bible.


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Assyrian, Biblical and Egyptian History
by: Trace

Assyrian king Shamshi-Adad 1813-1781 B.C. conquered towns in northern Mesopatamia and Syria appointing Assyrian governors over conquered people's.

Amenemhet I 1843-1813 B.C.(Biblical Chronological Time)built the "Walls of the Ruler" to keep the Amorites out of Egypt. When Amenemhet I was assassinated his advisor Sinhue fled Egypt for Syria.

Abraham died in 1817 B.C. at age 175. (Genesis 25:7-9)Isaac and Ishmael had come together and buried their father. God then warns Isaac to stay out of Egypt. (Genesis 26:2)Senusret I was to arise in power known as the "Throat Sliter of Asiatics" and this was a wise reason for Isaac to stay out of Egypt.

Sinhue grew old in Syria and wrote to Senusret I 1813-1777 B.C. Sinhue was allowed to return home and Senusret I heard about the Assyrian king Shamshi-Adad's success at appointing Assyrian governors over conquered people's, Senusret I appointed Egyptian governors over conquered Nubian towns.


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Sumer, Egyptian and Biblical Historical Alignment
by: Jessie

Ur's king Ur-Nammu received Egyptian (Magan) king Pepi I ships and trade flourished between Sumer and Egypt.

Egyptian king Pepi II had trade with Ur kings: Shulgi-Dungi, Amar-Sin/Bur-Sin, Gimil-Sin and Ibi-Sin.

Abraham was born in Shulgi's reign. Bur-Sin built the "House of Honey" and Pepi II would pour honey over his naked male and female slaves to keep the flies off him. Pepi II wife was named Neith after the Bee goddess.

Abraham's family left Ur when his older brother Haran had died some 430 years before the Exodus.
Another reason Abraham's family left Ur was the fact the Elamites and Amorites were attacking Ur so they migrated to the city of Haran where they would be safe and Abraham's father Terah died at Haran some 8 years after they had left Ur.

UR was destroyed by Elamite king Kindattu
/Chedorlaomer who later invaded Canaan.(Genesis 14:1-17)Abraham slew the very king who destroyed his hometown of Ur! Terah was 205 when Abraham was 75. (Genesis 11:32 & Genesis 12:4) Abraham was 75 years old when he left Haran and Sarah was 65 years old.

Abraham age 75-76 visited Egypt for he lived in Canaan for 10 years and Ishmael was born when Abraham was 86 years old. (Genesis 16:3 and Genesis 16:16)

Abraham visited the very Egyptian king who had trade with four Ur kings Abraham had lived under.
Egyptian king Pepi II was that very king; Pepi II had trade with Sodom* a city that Abraham later prayed over. (Genesis 18:22-33)

Pepi II had to deal with the rowdy Amorites in his last 12 years from Abraham's brother Haran's death to Pepi II's end. The Amorites burned down the Egyptian temple at Byblos and killed 7 Egyptian shipbuilders. Pepi II took no military action against the Amorites but the Egyptians developed a hatred for foreigners in Egypt and they burned down the Amorite temple at Mendes, Egypt. They also murdered foreign men to steal their wives. (Genesis 12:11-12)

The Amorites in Canaan were under Elamite king Chedorlaomer's (Kindattu's) domination those very 12 years. (Genesis 14:4) The Amorites revolted when Egyptian king Pepi II died knowing Egypt posed no threat so the Amorites could focus their attention on the Elamites.

Pepi II died an Egypt went immediately into civil war as Thebean Nubian Mentuhotep I declared independence and defeated all the Egyptian nomarch's and the Amorites who had invaded Egypt's delta all were defeated in Mentuhotep I 39th year he reigned.

Egyptian bi-sexual king Pepi II was plagued by God (Genesis 12:17) The Ipuwer Papyrus mentioned this plague.

*Sodom was destroyed 20 years after Pepi II had died.

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The Lost City of Qatna
by: Walker

Qatna was an ancient city near Homs. Qatna had trade with the Amorite city of Mari until Amorite king Hammurabi burned down Mari around 1772 B.C.

Qatna's first king was Ishi-Adad who was allied with Assyrian king Shamshi-Adad 1813-1781 B.C. Ishi-Adad's son Amutpiel was king when Hammurabi burned down Mari.

Amenemhet II biblical reign was 1777-1743 B.C. His forces attacked Tunip,Syria and acquired 1567 Semitic slaves as tribute. Amenemhet II's daughter Ita sphinx was discovered in a Late Bronze Age palace having arrived at Qatna when Amorite king Hammurabi was still alive.

Mari did not record the Amenemhet/Senusret kings lives for Amenemhet I had built the "Walls of the Ruler" to keep the Amorites out of Egypt and Amenemhet II's father Senusret I was called "Throat Sliter of the Asiatics" showing the Amorites were not welcomed in Egypt. Mari was then destroyed by the time Amenemhet II came to power in Egypt.

Hammurabi 1792-1750 B.C. had set up trade with Hebron, Canaan when Isaac lived there. (Genesis 35:27) Isaac lived 1892-1712 B.C. (Genesis 35:28)
Egyptian king Senusret I biblical reign 1813-1777 B.C. ruthlessly treated Amorites as to give warning to Hammurabi to not attack Egypt or else. God even told Isaac to stay out of Egypt. (Genesis 26:2)

Jul 29, 2013
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The Minoan Mixed Crowd Exodus 12:38
by: David

It was Amenemhet II who first received the Minoans in his court as the Minoans presented him with the Tod treasure in his 28th year ruling Egypt.

Minoans built Senusret II a temple at Luhun, Egypt. Minoans were in Egypt before Joseph arrived in Senusret III's reign. Minoans experienced famine on the island of Crete in 1700 B.C. and note Senusret III's biblical reign was 1724-1685 B.C.

Global famine 1704-1697 B.C. (Genesis 41:57)Shang Dynasty first emperor Cheng Tang encountered this 7 year famine. Babylonian Amorite king Abi-Eshuh 1710-1684 B.C. damned up the Tigris river trying to starve out the Sealanders during the worldwide famine.

Amenemhet III's fleet visits the Minoans on the island of Crete and after seeing the Labyrinth, Amenemhet III has a Labyrinth built in Egypt. Amenemhet IV had good relations with the Minoans.

Ahmose mother was buried with a Minoan ceremonial ax. Minoans and the Hebrews got along well in Amenhotep I reign and posed no problems for Thutmose I. The Minoans worshipped the bull and queen Hatshepsut worshipped the cow goddess Hathor, while Hebrews later in the wilderness worshipped the golden calf. (Exodus 32:24)Thutmose III also worshipped the cow goddess Hathor and Thutmose III was pharoah of the Exodus.
The 9th plague the darkness which could be felt was ash. (Exodus 10:21-22) The island of Thera had blown up creating poisonous gases over Crete so the Minoans decided to leave with the Hebrews in the Exodus.


Jul 29, 2013
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Moses did not receive a monotheism religion from Akenaton!
by: Dale

All the lies in ancient history that have been told this one really stinks.

Egyptian pharoah Akenaton began monotheism in Egypt by giving worship to his solar sun god Aton.

Why did he believe the solar sun god was so powerful?

Akenaton was a mere prince when Joshua battled the Amorites and the sun stood still in the sky for almost 24 hours. (Joshua 10:12-14)

Akenaton's father Amenhotep III had already received the Tel-Amarna letters from Canaanite kings stating the Haribu (Hebrews)had invaded Canaan. Amenhotep III was the very last Egyptian king to have trade with Jericho before its destruction for some of the people buried after Jericho was destroyed had Amenhotep III scarabs buried with them and no later scarabs of other Egyptian kings were found. Joshua 6:26 says a curse was placed upon the city from the time of destruction and the city was not rebuilt until 600+ years later when Israel king Ahab reigned. (1 Kings 16:30-34)No one lived there for 600 years.

Moses had died some 31 years before Akenaton even came to power. Akenaton's uncle was Mitanni king Tushratta the Chushan-Rishathaim in Judges 3:8. Some say his poetry is similar to Psalms 104. Akenaton waited until five years after Joshua had died to claim Joshua's sun for worship wrongly believing the Hebrews worshipped or had control over the sun when the Hebrews actually worshipped the God who was responsible for ALL creation.

Jul 29, 2013
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Archaeologist at Fortress Buhen Nubia Concluded
by: Ted

Fortress Buhen Nubia was flooded in 1959 A.D. to make way for the building of the Aswan dam which formulated Lake Nasser flooding the archaeological site where they previous found a horse skeleton under the fortress ramparts in this fortress built by Senusret III proving this king had horses which were used in ceremonies only not warfare.

Buhen Nubia pottery were late 12th dynasty made when Amenemhet IV had died as other archaeologist stated the fort had been abandoned late 12th dynasty. Other archaeologist found late 17th dynasty artifacts meaning these artifacts were produced when Seqenenre Tao reigned briefly at Thebes before being killed by Hyksos king Apepi I.

Tao used Medjay Nubian warriors to fight the Hyksos.

The Buhen Stele 691 shows the image of a Nubian ruler who would have been supporting Tao's forces.

We have late 12th dynasty Amenemhet IV artifacts followed by artifacts connected with 18th dynasty king Ahmose whose father was Seqenenre Tao. The Abydos Egyptian kings list appears to be right showing after Amenemhet IV died the next king to rule over Egypt was Ahmose.

Also near Memphis in the delta only late 12th dynasty artifacts have been found indicating the Canaanite Hyksos only used mostly 12th dynasty pottery and Syrian imported pottery. A small amount of pottery was Thebean showing an Ahmose family late 17th dynasty early 18th dynasty prescence in Egypt's delta.

We can conclude the pottery remains at Buhen and Egypt's delta reveal the real Egyptian history whereas the Hyksos had been united with Egyptian kings since Senusret III annexed Canaan and the Hyksos fought for Egyptian king Amenemhet IV who was assassinated and queen Sobekneferu forces who engaged Kamose army where both were killed before Ahmose reigned over Thebes and Apepi I reigned at Avaris and after Apepi I reign ended the boy king Ahmose became a man and drove Apepi II or Khamudi's army out of Egypt in his 17th year of reign and defeating the Hyksos army which was in Ahmose 20th year of reign at Sharuhen, Canaan.

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The Dynamics of Real Egyptian History
by: Isaac

Amenhotep I 18th dynasty is named for AMEN-emhet 12th dynasty and Mentu-HOTEP 11th dynasty reflecting that the 12th dynasty ended and the 18th dynasty began like the Abydos Egyptian kings list has indicated.

The 13,14,16 & almost all the 17th listed kings did not exist.

The foreign chieftains in the 15th dynasty did exist but because they were hated, their reign at Avaris, Egypt during the reigns of 12th dynasty kings Senusret III, Amenemhet III, Amenmehet IV and queen Sobekneferu are not mentioned and only
are mentioned in Seqenenre Tao, Kamose and Ahmose reign for Hyksos Amorite kings Apepi I and Apepi II or Khamudi.

The Amorite Hyksos Canaanite chieftains: Sheshi, Yakubher (Yakub = Jacob), Khyan, Apepi I, Apepi II or Khamudi entire 108 years in Egypt. Tribute to Genesis 47:13-17 verification the Canaanites were in Egypt during Joseph's reign as governor and they took part in Egypt's civil war which follows. Reason Joseph could not be buried in Canaan until after the Exodus because of civil war and the enslavement which followed.

When Senusret III banned the Nubian Cushites from entering Egypt his 8th year, Senusret III let the Amorite Hyksos migrate into Egypt. They stayed for 108 years. Senusret III 31 years, Amenemhet III 45 years, Amenemhet IV 9 years, Queen Sobekneferu 3 years and in Ahmose 20th year the Amorite Hyksos were driven out of Egypt and were defeated at Sharuhen, Canaan. (31 + 45 + 9 + 3 = 20 = 108 years.)

Sheshi 15, Yakubher 9, Khyan 30, Apepi I 41 & Apepi II or Khamudi 13 = 108 years.


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Shasu are Moabites
by: Janet

Shasu are Moabites. Judge Ehud slew Moabite king Eglon. (Judges 3:12-29)Ehud troops slew 10,000 Moabite troops as well.

The same year Ehud slew the Moabite Shasu Egyptian king Seti I went to war against the Shasu in Canaan near Beth-Shean and won victory against them keeping the Egyptian and Canaanite trade route open.

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Ancient Syrian History Explored
by: Janet

Egyptian king Amenmesses had trouble with Syrians invading Egypt, Seti II married a Syrian woman, Merneptah II was part Syrian in orgin, queen Tausert had an affair with her Syrian butler Bay and Syrian Irsu seized the Egyptian government for 2 years in which Setnakht dethroned him.

It was Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta who invaded Syria sending Syrians fleeing into the Hittite empire, Lebanon, Israel and Egypt.

Israeli Judge Gideon defeats the children of the east (the Syrians)who were eating up all the food in Israel. (Judges 6:3-4) Judge Gideon defeated the Syrians the same year Egyptian queen Tausert came to rule Egypt.

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Medjay Nubian Warriors
by: William

The Medjay were first used by Egyptian king Pepi I to uproot Amorite troops in both Egypt's delta and Canaan.

NOTE: Pepi II death caused a civil war in which brought the Nubian Mentuhotep I to become king at Thebes. Thebean Mentuhotep I used the Medjay to end Egypt's civil war and drive the Amorites out of Egypt'd delta.

NOTE: Thebean Ahmose family used the Medjay to bring down the Amenemhet/Senusret dynasty. Ahmose used the Medjay to end the Egyptian civil war.

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The House of Thutmose I-III
by: George

Thutmose III had a rock-cut sanctuary dedicated to the cow goddess Hathor which was found by Swiss Egyptologist Edouard Naville. Within the shrine was a large statue of Hathor as a cow walking forward with a standing figure of the king and a kneeling figure of Amenhotep II painted in profile suckling at her udder.

Thutmose III was the Exodus pharoah for the Hebrews escaping Thutmose III had second thoughts in the wilderness as Moses went into mount Sinai to receive the 10 commandments some Hebrews had created the golden calf. (Exodus 32:1-8 and Exodus 32:24-35)

Thutmose III's connection with Hathor the cow goddess, the Hebrews golden calf pretty well secures Thutmose III as the Exodus pharoah. Biblical chronology also reveals Thutmose III was the Exodus pharoah. (1 Kings 6:1)

How the House of Thutmose I-III reigned for 87 years.

This makes queen Hatshepsut the princess who found the infant Moses and Hatshepsut reigned for Thutmose I when he was later too paranoid, Thutmose II for he was too sickly and Thutmose III for he was too young.

Thutmose I actually had the 54 year reign with queen Hatshepsut in which Egyptian officials approved her reign and Thutmose III reigned solo for 33 years after queen Hatshepsut had died, so technically Moses age 40 escaped Thutmose I and his authorities while Hatshepsut was actually queen and Thutmose III would first see Moses at age 80 when Moses returned from Midian.

At Hatshepsut temple at Deir el-Bahari shows her holding a male baby boy. She produced no male sons. The boy on the bas relief was Moses! Thutmose I was at Hatshepsut's coronation according to an inscription confirmed by Atum at Heliopolis.

It was in Heliopolis (Biblical On)Joseph reigned as governor over all the land of Egypt. (Genesis 41:45)He married Asenath there at Heliopolis, Egypt.

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Interconnecting Egyptian and Hebrew History
by: Robert

Thutmose I must have been quite paranoid about having a large population of Minoans the mixed crowd (Exodus 12:38)and a thriving Hebrew population developing in Egypt's delta before his planned attack against the Amorites in Syria. It was Ahmose who drove the Amorite/Hyksos out of Egypt in the first Exodus 26 years before Thutmose I came to power and Thutmose I never heard of Joseph (Exodus 1:8) saving the Egyptians during the global famine. (Genesis 41:57)

Thutmose I then came up with a scheme to kill all male Hebrew babies. (Exodus 1:15-16) Egyptian men liked fair skinned women so Thutmose I's evil plan was to dilute the Hebrew population by mixed marriages of Hebrew women with Egyptian men and he wanted to destroy the Hebrew religion in one generation.

Abraham's wife Sarah was fair to look upon and Egyptian men would kill Abraham to take Sarah as a prize to their king (Genesis 12:11-12) God ruined both Pepi II's princes plans (Genesis 12:15)and Thutmose I plan.

God blessed Abraham with great wealth before Abraham's entry into Canaan. (Genesis 12:16 and Genesis 13:2)God blessed Moses as he became the leader of the Hebrew people before their arrival in Canaan. The Hebrews also left Egypt with great wealth. (Exodus 11:2 and Exodus 12:35-51)

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Manetho's Lie Exposed!
by: James

Bravo! It seems one can now actually trace the 430 years from Haran Abraham's brother death to the Exodus within these 430 years once the non-existing Egyptian kings are eliminated from Egyptian priest Manetho's phony dynasty scheme.

Saqqara Egyptian kings list shows after Pepi II died the next king was Mentuhotep II who reigned for 51 years though some historians now claim him as Mentuhotep I 51 years and its Mentuhotep III that now is assassinated by Amenemhet I not Mentuhotep IV.

Saqqara Egyptian kings list by eliminating the 7-10 and part of the 11th dynasties shows us after Pepi II died the next king was either Mentuhotep I or Mentuhotep II whose 51 years was the next king according to archaelogists who had created building projects after Pepi II had died proving to us since Mentu means god of war, there was civil war in Egypt following immediately after Pepi II's death.

Abydos Egyptian kings list shows us after king Amenemhet IV 12th last king, the next king listed is Ahmose first king of the 18th dynasty but the 15th dynasty Hyksos/Canaanites actually existed having built the city of Avaris making it their home. These are the Canaanites who settled in Egypt's delta and raised horses. (Genesis 47:13-17) They served governor Joseph, who served Egyptian kings Senusret III, Amenemhet III and Amenemhet IV.

Manetho again created false dynasties the 13, 14, 16 and part of the 17th dynasties.

Joseph died then the Hyksos/Canaanite chieftain Apepi I goes to war for queen Sobekneferu who reigned a little over 3 brief years after Amenemhet IV had been assassinated and her army had fought Kamose after Kamose father Seqenenre Tao had been killed by Hyksos chieftain Apepi I who became king after queen Sobekneferu was killed where Manetho wants us to believe she mysteriously died. Kamose is also slain in battle around the very same time queen Sobekneferu had died so 10 year old Ahmose becomes king of Thebes and Apepi I is crowned king of Avaris.

Apepi I loved Amenemhet III and had Amenemhet III's Rhind Mathematical Papyrus recopied and Apepi I had his name etched on Amenemhet III's sphinxes found at Tanis.

This all makes better sense than the Egyptian story saying a hippo's roar in Thebes when Seqenenre Tao reigned there awoke Apepi I in Avaris 500 miles away in which this child's tale tells how the civil war started.

Apepi II or Khamudi is driven out of Egypt by the now adult Ahmose in the first Exodus out of Egypt.

IF we just study the Saqqara and Abydos Egyptian kings lists we would have most this evidence outright glaring us in the face.

Its truly exciting to see the historical accuracy of our Bible.

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