Egyptian Chronology vs. Biblical Chronology

by Lujack Skylark
(St. Louis)

Why does Egyptian history begin with legendary Menes in 3400 B.C., when mankind left the Tower of Babel in 2243 B.C. to build nations?


Egyptians left Babel for Egypt. The 1st Egyptian king to build a pyramid when the Egyptians settled in Egypt was Djoser, some 800 years after Menes. Seems strange. The Egyptians just built a Tower, and the Egyptians would not build their stair way to heaven, the Step Pyramid, until some 800 years after Menes?

The reason Egyptian chronology and Biblical chronology don't match is there are many names listed by Egyptian historian priest Manetho before the 18th dynasty whom are phony kings which never existed.

Take away the phony kings and we can match Egyptian history with our Bible.

Example:

The Sakkara kings list reveals, after Pepi II's reign, the next king is Mentuhotep II. This means Egypt's 7-10 and part of the 11th dynasty was phony. The Abydos kings list reveals after Amenemhet IV the next king is Ahmose. This means the 13-17 dynasties were phony. Ahmose would be the reason for Amenemhet IV's downfall. Mystery solved.

Ahmose son, Amen-hotep, was named for AMENemhet of Egypt's 12th dynasty and Mentu-HOTEP of Egypt's 11th dynasty. The two previous dynasties.

The Amorite/Canaanite Hyksos entered Egypt during Senusret III's, reign and left Egypt when Ahmose won the Egyptian civil war some 5 years before he died.

The Egyptian race does not go back some 5,000 years; the Egyptians were at the Tower of Babel; like all mankind, before mankind scattered across the earth.

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Apr 09, 2012
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The Plague
by: Anonymous

Zahi Hawass, an Egyptian archaeologist, stated that king Tut had malaria when he died. Tut reigned (Biblical Chronological Time) from 1406-1396 B.C.

Is Hawass telling the truth?

Hittite kings Suppiluliumas I 1428-1392 B.C. (BCT)and Arunwandas II 1392-1391 B.C. (BCT) both died of plague brought to the Hittite empire by Egyptian prisoners of war.

Hawass was telling the truth. Little does he know Hittite history backs up his claim.

Mar 22, 2012
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Prince Ahmose
by: Anonymous

The Rhind Mathematical Papyrus refers to Egyptian king Ahmose merely as a "Prince of the South".

Egypt was involved in a civil war which helped bring down Amenemhet IV 1640-1631 B.C. government in 1631 B.C. Thebean prince Kamose 1631-1628 B.C. then wars with queen Sobekneferu who reigned 1631-1628 B.C.

General Tetian fought on her side along with Hyksos/Canaanite king at Avaris Apepi I 1660-1619 B.C. AHMOSE 1628-1603 B.C. can only be declared KING once he defeats the Hyksos Canaanites 20 years 1608 B.C. after Sobekneferu had died.

Ahmose can be declared king when he defeats Hyksos/Canaanites Apepi II or Khamudi 1619-1608 B.C. in 1608 B.C. Hyksos fought with general Tetian against Ahmose and Ahmose won victory in this Egyptian civil war.

Dec 17, 2011
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Cushites and Egyptians
by: Lujack Skylark

The Cushites and Egyptians are two separate people's. Genesis 10:6 - The sons of Ham: Cush, Mizraim (Egypt) Phut (Libya) and Canaan.

The Egyptians left the Tower of Babel while Nimrod stayed in the region to build his cities. The Egyptians built their own pyramids.

Dec 16, 2011
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Nimrod Was The First
by: Anonymous

Historians in the world have been and still are primarily persons of European descent. This gets in the way of telling the truth about earth's true history.

Scripture of the Bible says that it was a Son of Cush - Nimrod - who was the first human king, first to build cities, to have an empire and kingdoms, and first to build mighty stone structures.

Cush is the progenitor of the "Black" or who we call "African" peoples of the earth. Therefore, Nimrod was dark-skinned and would fit into what we call a person of African descent.

This is what is being covered over.

In order to build stone structures, cities, kingdoms and empires imply intelligence, planning, organization, language (both spoken and written).

Why attribute this with anyone of African descent? That is what is being covered over and that is the real issue.

No Egyptian built the Pyramids, the Sphinx, or created the "ancient" writings called hieroglyphs. When "The Land of Nimrod" was invaded by Arabs (those of Shem) a people were already there in that land.

It was the Arabs who usurped and make claim that it was "their" ancestors who built those structures and had civilization. This is a lie. When those of Japheth came (Gentiles or of European descent), they embellished on the lie.

One must think: Why would the Egyptian government allow the building of the Aswan Dam, which backed up the Nile River, knowing full well that it would create the man-made Lake Nasser which covers over an area of 2000 square miles of "evidence" in a watery deep?

Is it by coincidence that the area that got covered over was Nubia (Kush)?

Sep 27, 2011
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Egyptian and Ancient Sumerian Relationships
by: REX

Sargon/Nimrod built Agade/Accad/Akkad the same time Egyptian king Zoser built Sakkara.

Sargon and Egyptian king Snefru had trade with Byblos.

Sargon's empire extended to Cyprus in the west. Egyptian king Khufu court Cyprus Greek basket weavers pay him a visit.

Akkadian king Rimush had trade with the island of Dilmun. Egyptian king Redejef's ships docked at the island of Dilmun.

Akkadian king Manishtushu collected tribute from Ebla. Khafre's merchants had trade with Ebla.
Naramsin destroyed Ebla. Egyptian king Pepi I would develop later trade with rebuilt Ebla.

Akkadian king Naramsin attacked Egyptian king Manium (Menkaure)and received quarried stones as tribute.(Sumer Magan is Egypt in this controversy)

Naramsin was first to have trade with Talhatum in Asia-Minor. Egyptian king Sahure comes to power after Naramsin dies. Sahure has trade with Asia-Minor.
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The ancient world had developed strong trade relations shortly after mankind left the Tower of Babel.

Sep 26, 2011
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lujak skylark
by: Robert Marshall

Thank you for sharing your information. Every bit helps to make the picture clearer. I am getting a lot of information from a lot of people.I am thankful for a program like this to share information.

Someday we will be in eternity and will know the real truth.But it is a lot of fun to share the history of Gods word thanks

Sep 26, 2011
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Robert Marshall
by: Lujack Skylark

We have an idea on how mankind left the Tower of Babel. Abraham lived at UR when UR was prospering.
There are 326 years from Peleg's birth to Terah's death. There are 326 years from mankind leaving the Tower of Babel to UR III's destruction.

0 year of civilization mankind left the Tower of Babel.

0 year---------Peleg was born
30th year------Reu
62nd year------Serug
92nd year------Nahor
121st year-----Terah lives 121-326 years in the history of nations.

Terah was 205 Genesis 11:32 when Abraham was 75 Genesis 12:4. Abraham born 251st year.

Genesis 10:10 city of Accad/Agade/Akkad.

0-56 years-----Sargon/Nimrod
56-65 years----Rimush
65-80 years----Manishtushu
80-120 years---Naramsin

Sumer poem reveals the Gutium brought down Naramsim's reign. Sir Leonard Woolley gives us the years for the Gutium, Utu-Khegal & Abraham's UR.

120-211 years Gutium reign over Sumer.
211-218 years Utu-Khegal reigns over Sumer.
218-326 years. UR III Abraham's UR. Abraham born in the 251st year in the history of nations.

There is a perfect match in years. The Bible is a historically accurate book. Non-legendary Sumer history beginning with Sargon/Nimrod proves the accuracy.

Sep 26, 2011
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Egypt
by: Robert Marshall

When God changed the language at the Tower of Babel nobody knows how many people were there. No one knows how they dispersed. It seems that the people who spoke the same language would gather together. How long did it take to establish a culture? How long did it take to travel where they would begin a new life? How many people were in a clan?

They started a whole new life based on where they settled. How long was it before they were fighting wars because of culture differences? When they were at the Tower of Babel they all were in one accord because Nimrod was leading them. After the language was changed they went through a process of organizing new leaders. No one knows how much time went by before they were all established as new nations.

If they had no gods to worship they developed their own. I wonder what God was doing all this time. I suppose that is why He chose Abram to change the world. God changed his name to Abraham. Isn't it amazing how when a woman gets married she changes her name to her husbands.

God said to Adam and Eve to become one flesh. There was no mention of marriage in God's mandate. The marriage term came when when God made a covenant with Abram. When we read about world history we tend not to think where is God in all this.

I believe that when God created the world He used mortal man to show spiritual mysteries. God said to Abraham[I will make you a father of many nations]. How could He do that, if there were only one nation as in Nimrods time. If God never changed the languages what would the world be like today. God's plan is evolving just the way He wants it to.

Man cannot live together in this world because of sin and different cultures. Someday when God creates a new Heaven and Earth all the different cultures in the world will live in perfect peace and harmony. There will be only one leader Jesus, himself. Man cannot live in peace with each other because of culture differences I can see God's perfect plan in this.

Sep 13, 2011
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The Egyptian Tel-Amarna Letters
by: Anonymous

The Tel-Amarna letters were written in Amenhotep III 1462-1424 B.C. & Akenaton's 1424-1407 B.C. reigns.

Four kings paid Egyptian king Akenaton tribute.

Assyrian king Ashur-Uballit 1413-1376 B.C.
Hittite king Suppiluliumas 1428-1392 B.C.
Kassite king Burnaburiash II 1428-1399 B.C.
Mittanni king Tushratta.....1445-1406 B.C.

Sep 13, 2011
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The new chronologist
by: Anonymous

Hophra's reign ended in 579 B.C. not 679 B.C. You have a typo.

Sep 13, 2011
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The New Chronologist
by: Anonymous

Lujack,Hophra's reign ends in 579 B.C. You made a typo.

Sep 12, 2011
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The new chronologists
by: Lujack Skylark

Books are being written shifting around Egyptian priest Manetho's dynasties and the authors don't correlate the histories of the:

Amorites
Assyrians
Babylonians
Biblical kings
Egyptian kings
Elamites
Gutium
Hittites
Minoans
Mitanni
Sea Peoples
Sumerians

Cities:

Akkad
Byblos
Carchemish
Ebla
Erech
Jerusalem
Lagash
Sharuhen
Shechem
Sodom
Troy
UR

How can one match Egyptian history with the Bible without eliminating the Egyptian dynasties which never actually existed? Then they ax those people who do exist.

The replacement of queen Hatshepsut with the
queen of Sheba is ridiculous. These ladies both existed.

Then there is mentioned priest Imhotep is Joseph. Both people actually existed.

Egyptian chronology vs. Bible chronology for the most part uses real known history to link the Egyptian and Biblical chronologies together.

The chronology starts in 2243 B.C. and ends in 586 B.C.; tracing backward the Judean kings, we uncover Solomon's actual reign was 1019-979 B.C.
Rehoboam's 5th year was 974 B.C. some 521 years after the Exodus. Solomon's 4th year was 1015 B.C.(1 Kings 6:1 & 1 Kings 14:25)Exodus 1495 B.C.

Moses lived 1575-1455 B.C. Moses was 80 years old at the Exodus. From 2243 B.C. Peleg's birth to Jacob's birth at 1832 B.C. Jacob enters Egypt at age 130. Joseph 30 years old is governor. 7 years of good harvest and 2 years bad. Joseph is 39 years old in 1702 B.C. Joseph's life 1741-1631 B.C. Jacob 1832-1685 B.C. (Genesis 47:28)

Remember Abraham is 75 (Genesis 12:4) when Terah is 205.(Genesis 11:32)should you check the numbers.

We discover by raising Solomon's reign Egyptian chronology also is raised higher since Shishak attacks Rehoboam in his fifth year. (1 Kings 14:25)

Traditional Shishak's reign is 945-924 B.C.
We discover its 995-974 B.C. Shishak dies a few months after attacking Jerusalem. The 50 year difference is in the time of anarchy sorting out the 22nd-25th Egyptian dynasties. Egyptian chronology traced from 1495 B.C. the Exodus to Hophra's last year 679 B.C. according to Bible chronology and Egyptian matching history.


Sep 11, 2011
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Babylonian king Nebuchadnezzar
by: REX

Babylonian king Nebuchadnezzar stopped Jehoiakim rebellion 608-597 B.C. in Jehoiakim's 3rd year 605 B.C. some 19 years before Solomon's temple was destroyed in 586 B.C. (2 Kings 24:1)

Pharaoh Necho II 610-604 B.C. had made Jehoiakim king. Necho II had taken all the silver and gold from the people of the land. (2 Kings 23:34-35)

Babylonian king Nebuchadnezzar made sure Necho II never entered Israel again. (2 Kings 24:7)

Babylonian king Nebuchadnezzar smote Necho II in 604 B.C. at Carchemish. Nebuchadnezzar's borders now extended from the Euphrates river to Egypt.
(Jeremiah 46:2 & 2 Kings 24:7)

Babylonian king Nebuchadnezzar in 8 year of reign took Jehoichin in 597 B.C. and carried away all the treasures of the House of the Lord.
(2 Kings 24:12-13)

Judah's king Zedekiah 597-586 B.C. rebelled against Nebuchadnezzar. Egyptian king Hophra 598-579 B.C. encouraged Zedekiah to rebel and both lost their power. Solomon's temple was destroyed in 586 B.C. and Hophra was slain by one of his generals.

Egyptian and Biblical chronology are a match.

Some people state ancient Israel never existed.
We can see Nebuchadnezzar's history where the state of Israel did exist. Searching for the truth? Review all the comments. Some topics have multiple responses as people fine tune the research.

At least there is the attempt to link all Egyptian chronology with Bible chronology.


Sep 11, 2011
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Why?
by: Mike

Why is Egyptian and Biblical history so important? Who cares if there is gaps in time. What is so interesting about this subject?

Did you people actually match 1019-586 B.C. history from Solomon to the temple destruction?

Who cares about the pagan history writers? The archaeology is interesting. These are just theories, man.

Bring out more archaeology evidence. I said my piece.

Sep 11, 2011
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Osorkon's IV key
by: Nelson

Egyptian inscriptions placed Takelot I's reign at 9 years and Shishak III's reign at 39 years. Takelot III co-regent 5 years with Osorkon III out of 7 years. Takelot III is 2 years solo.

Chart still links up Osorkon IV 738-823 B.C.

Takelot III 783-781 B.C.
Pami 781-775 B.C.
Shishak V 775-738 B.C. had a 37 yr. reign.
Osorkon IV 738-723 B.C.

Osorkon IV's amazing life reigning during:

Assyrian kings: Tiglath-Pilesar, Shalmanesar V, and Sargon II reigns.

Egyptian Ethiopian kings: Piankhi & Shabaka

Israel king: Hoshea's reign.

The Egyptian 22nd and 23rd dynasties were confusing. The dates and king's histories were a mess. The other chart had Takelot I at 9 years
which is correct and Shishak III's reign 39 is correct. Takelot III's 7 years 5 were co-regent
Shishak's 32 years were 5 years short. The history still confirms Osorkon IV at 738-723 B.C.

Sep 10, 2011
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Assyria, Egypt and Elam
by: Ray

Elamite king Humban-Nikash 750-725 B.C. defeated Assyrian forces of Sargon II 728-712 B.C. at Der in Sargon II's first year of reign before Sargon II defeated Ethiopian Egyptian king Shabaka's 728-714 B.C. army.

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Assyrian, Egyptian and Elamite chronology
by: John

Judah's king Hezekiah 725-696 B.C. in his 14th year (2 Kings 18:13) 711 B.C. was attacked by Assyrian king Senna-cherib 711-688 B.C., who also attacked Israel.

Ethiopian Egyptian king Shebiku 714-698 B.C. warred against Sennacherib and suffered a massive defeat.

Elamite kings: Shutruk-Nahhunte II 725-707 B.C. harbored Babylonian king Merodach-Baladan 728-716 B.C. who entered Elam to avoid Assyrian king Sargon 728-712 B.C.

Merodach-Baladan made contact with Hezekiah. (2 Kings 20:12 also named Berodach-Baldan)

Elamite kings:
Hallutush-Inshushinak 707-700 B.C.
Kudur-Nahhunte 700 B.C.
Humban-Nimena 700-695 B.C. and Humban Haltash 695-688 B.C. all confirm Sennacherib's chronology.

Elamite king:
Shilhuk-Inshushinak 688-682 B.C.
Assyrian king Esarhaddon 687-676 B.C. sent no troops against Shilhuk for robbing, raping and pillaging Sippar, since Esarhaddon was at war with Egypt's king Taharka 698-672 B.C.

Elamite kings:
Urtaki 682-671 B.C. Tempt-Humban-Inshushinak 671-661 B.C. Atta-Hamti-Inshushinak 661-656 B.C. Humban-Haltush III 656-652 B.C. Assyrian king Ashur-banipal 675-633 B.C. destroys Susa in 652 B.C. and the people of Susa were exiled to Samaria. (Ezra 4:10 Asnapper is Ashur-banipal)

Ethiopian Egyptian king Tanutamun 672-664 B.C. fought Assyrian king Ashur-banipal. He lost the war and fled back to Ethiopia.

Sep 10, 2011
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Osorkon IV
by: Anonymous

Osorkon IV also reigned in Egypt when Ethiopian king Piankhi controlled Upper Egypt before dominating Lower Egypt 738-728 B.C. Osorkon IV also reigned when Israel's king Hoshea reigned 737-728 B.C.

Piankhi let Osorkon IV, Iuput, Peftjauabaster and Nimlot reign as kings in Egypt's delta. They went to war against Piankhi and lost. He forgave them whereas Shabaka 728-714 B.C. destroyed the power of the delta kings. Another proclaimed king named Bocchoris challenged Shabaka and Shabaka roasted Bocchoris alive.

Sep 10, 2011
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The Third Intermediate Kings Revisited
by: Anonymous

995-974 B.C. Shishak I
974-939 B.C. Osorkon I
939 ... B.C. Shishak II
939-930 B.C. Takelot I
930-906 B.C. Osorkon II
906-881 B.C. Takelot II
881-842 B.C. Shishak III
842-817 B.C. Pedibastet
817-811 B.C. Shishak IV
811-783 B.C. Osorkon III
783-776 B.C. Takelot III
776-770 B.C. Pami
770-738 B.C. Shishak V
738-723 B.C. Osorkon IV

Osorkon IV was a contemporary of Assyrian king Sargon II 728-712 B.C. & Ethiopian Egyptian king Shabaka 728-714 B.C.



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Every 100 years Key
by: Jake

Before

2200 B.C. Tower of Babel.......Step Pyramid
2100 B.C. Naramsin of Akkad....Menkaure....
2000 B.C. Gudea of Lagash......Teti & Pepi I
1900 B.C. Abraham's Ur.........Pepi II.....
1800 B.C. Sumu-abum of Babylon Mentuhotep II
1700 B.C. Abi-Eshuh of Babylon Senusret III.
1600 B.C. Ammi-ditanni Babylon Amenemhet III
1500 B.C. Hittite king Huzziya Thutmose..III
1400 B.C. Mitanni....Tushratta Akenaton.....
1300 B.C. Hittite..Hattusilas 3 Ramses II...
1200 B.C. Gideon........Israel Ramses III...
1100 B.C. Philistines...Israel Smendes......
1000 B.C. David king....Israel Psusennes I.

900 B.C. Asa king of Judah... Osorkon I...
800 B.C. ...................? ...........?
700 B.C. Tiglath-Pileser.... Piankhi.....
600 B.C. Esarhaddon Assyria. Taharka.....
500 B.C. Nebuchadnezar...... Hophra......
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Key in matching ancient history with Egypt.

Sep 09, 2011
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War in the city-states & Famine
by: Andy

Abraham's UR, Troy II, and after Pepi II's reign there was war as the Amorites took over the city of Babylon. Barbarians destroyed Troy II and Hierakonpolis, while Thebes city-states fought for the domination of Egypt.

Amorite Babylonian king Sumu-abum 1895-1881 B.C. begins rebuilding the walls around Babylon. The city of Kish's army attacks Babylon, and the Amorites repulse their army. There was famine in Babylon.

Amorite Babylonian king Sumulael 1880-1845 B.C. destroys the city of Kish and completes the wall around Babylon.

Troy II burned to the ground when barbarians took over the city in 1906 B.C. (Biblical chronology)

Troy III 1906-1830 B.C., archaeologist found deer bones all over the site. Deer was their steady diet, indicating a hunter & gathering society. There was famine at Troy III.

Egyptian king Mentuhotep II 1913-1862 B.C. - famine strikes Egypt. War breaks out between the cities of Hierakonpolis and Thebes. Mentuhotep II brings down the House of Khety and reunites Egypt.

The wars in the city-states were brought on by the Amorites seeking control of Babylon after UR was destroyed by the Elamites, and the famine striking Egypt after Pepi II had died.

Abraham dug a well (Genesis 21:25)and Hagar was brought by God to a well (Genesis 21:15-19) because water was scarce during the famine striking Babylon, Canaan, Egypt and Troy III.

Sep 08, 2011
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Tale of Wenamun
by: Jeff

Tale of Wenamun is a story written in Ramses XI reign, 1157-1130 B.C., about Wenamun seeking to secure cedars of Lebanon at Byblos to build a boat. He had to pay for the wood, which was quite unusual, for in the past Egyptian kings always got their wood for free. Wenamun even got robbed while trying to secure the wood.

The tale shows how low Egypt was considered in rank in the ancient world.

The Philistines were oppressing Israel from 1139-1099 B.C., and Assyrian king Tiglath-Pilesar I 1137-1099 B.C. visited Byblos, during which the Assyrians claim he caught a whale off the Levant coast.

Sep 08, 2011
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Ramses III
by: Anonymous

Ramses III 1245-1213 B.C. was the last great pharoah on the throne of Egypt when the Middle-East was in turmoil following the fall of Mycenae,the fall of Troy and the fall of the Hittite empire in 1237 B.C. Ramses III 8th year.

Ramses III was attacked by the Libyans in 1240 B.C., his 5th year. Ramses III 8th year 1237 B.C. he was attacked by the Sea people's and stopped their army which came with their women and children.

Ramses III fought the Libyans again in his 11th year in 1234 B.C. Once more Ramses III won victory.
Ramses III fought the Amorites in the Levant where he received $2,000,000 in gold as war booty.

Later there was the Harem Conspiracy. Women in his harem wanted him dead.

1218-1215 B.C. Abimelech slays his 70 brothers and declares himself king of Israel. Anarchy strikes both Egypt and Israel.

1192-1170 B.C. Israel Judge Jair reign. He builds thirty cities as Egypt is declining as a world power. Ramses VI had withdrawn all Egyptian troops from Asia since Egypt was on the decline.

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Egyptian kings Seti I and Ramses II
by: REX

Egyptian kings Seti I 1360-1347 B.C.and Ramses II 1347-1280 B.C. fought Hittite king Muwatallis 1363-1337 B.C. over the Levant.

Seti I and Ramses II did not drive the Hittites from the Orontes river after those wars were over.
Ramses II finally agreed to peace by marrying the Hittite king Hattusilas III 1330-1301 B.C. daughter.

Israel's judge Ehud defeated Moab as Seti I came to power in 1360 B.C.

(How Judges fits into 1 Kings 6:1)

The Egyptians made brief stops in Beth-Shean according to archaeologist who found Seti I and Ramses II artifacts there before they reached the Orontes river.


Sep 08, 2011
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Egyptian king Akenaton
by: Thomas

Egyptian king Akenaton 1424-1407 B.C. collected tribute from Mitanni king Tushratta 1445-1406 B.C and Kassite king Burnaburiash II 1428-1399 B.C.

Assyrian king Ashur-Uballit 1413-1376 B.C. & Hittite king Suppiluliumas I 1428-1392 B.C.

Akenaton's poem to Aton is similar to Psalms 104 and vibration telling us the Hebrews were already in the land of Canaan. Akenaton got his ideas about monotheism after Moses had died.

Tushratta is Cush-Rishathaim in Judges 3:8, who oppresses Israel 1418-1410 B.C. (Date given from how the Book of Judges matches 1 Kings 6:1)

Hittite king Suppiluliumas I moves the Hittite border down to Hobah (Genesis 14:15)honoring the Hebrew Othniel who revolted against Cushan-Rishat-haim. Rebellions then occurred throughout the Mitanni empire and Tushratta died in a civil war.

Sep 08, 2011
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Egyptian Hittite War
by: Anonymous

Hittite king Suppiluliumas I, 1428-1392 B.C., paid tribute to Egyptian kings Amenhotep III, 1462-1424 B.C.,, Akenaton, 1424-1407 B.C., Semenkare, 1407-1406 B.C., and Tutankhamen, 1406-1396 B.C.

Tut died young and his widow Ankhesenpaaten wrote to the Hittite king Suppiluliumas I that she had no sons while he had many sons. The Hittite king sent his son Zannanza to Egypt, but he was murdered by general Horemheb at the Egyptian border.

The Hittite king Suppiluliumas I sent several letters to Egypt which were left unanswered. It was the old Egyptian priest Ay who benefited most from the Hittite prince's death.

Ay 1396-1392 B.C.

The Hittite king goes to war against Egypt. Captured Egyptian soldiers carry the plague. Sup-
piluliumas receives the plague and dies.

Poor Ankhesenpaaten, who tried to unite the Egyptian and Hittite empires in peace, failed and was forced to marry Ay. She then disappeared from history.

Hittite kings:

Arunwandas II 1392-1391 B.C. dies from plague. Mursilas II 1391-1363 B.C. stated
the Hittite empire was cursed because Suppiluliu-mas I slew his own father Tudhaliyas II, 1444-1428 B.C., and Tudhaliyas II was seeking revenge.

Sep 08, 2011
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218 years x 2
by: Rick

This research indicates in 1455 B.C. Joshua destroyed Jericho in Egyptian king Amenhotep III's 7th year. (Biblical Time Exodus 1495 B.C.)

1455-218 = 1237 B.C. Ramses III's 8th year when Hittite king Suppiluliumas II empire falls to the Sea Peoples.

1237-218 = 1019 B.C. King Solomon's 1st year.

The Sea People's had destroyed all of Egypt's trading partners in the eastern Mediterranean coastal areas.

Ramses III was Egypt's last great king until Shishak came to power. Solomon was the great Israeli king who built the beautiful Solomon's temple. Mediterranean coastal cities now prospered.

(Amenhotep III and Ramses III reign of years comes from the Egyptian chart scroll downward)

Sep 08, 2011
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Shabaka
by: Dave

Ethiopian Egyptian king Shabaka slew all opposition when he came to the Egyptian throne, not
Piankhi. It was Shabaka who burned Bocchoris alive.

Sep 06, 2011
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David Rohl's chronology
by: John

David Rohl's chronology by keeping Egyptian fraudulent dynasties and crunching up these dynasties over actual Egyptian reigning kings is a vast historical distortion.

Rohl's chronology can't link Biblical, Egyptian, Assyrian, Hittite and Babylonian history together, as seen here in Egyptian chronology vs. Bible chronology.

Sep 06, 2011
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King David
by: Ted

Israel's King David (1059-1019 B.C.)lived in the days of Egyptian king Siamon (1034-1014 B.C.).

Siamon watched events happening in the near east, and Egypt interfered from time to time to protect his own interests.

Siamon married one of his daughters to Hadad, who was the prince of Edom. Siamon married another daughter to Israel's king Solomon (1019-979 B.C.)

Siamon seized Gezer from the weakened Philistines as a wedding present to king Solomon. Egyptian kings had an evident change in the view of diplomatic marriages. The policy where no Egyptian princess married a foreign prince or king now ended.

Sep 06, 2011
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Merneptah I
by: Anonymous

Egyptian king Merneptah I 1280-1268 B.C. sent food to the starving Hittites during the reign of
Hittite king Tudhaliyas III 1301-1274 B.C.

Assyrian king Shalmaneser I 1314-1284 B.C. burns fields in Hittite territories.

(All years given in Biblical time correlated to the Exodus occurring in 1495 B.C. and Shishak's reign ending in 974 B.C.)

Jabin the Amorite Canaanite oppressed Israel 1298-1278 B.C. Merneptah I comments "Israel destroyed her seed not" tells of Jabin's devastation.

Egyptian king Ramses II 1347-1280 B.C. had given Hittite king Hattusilas III 1330-1301 B.C. Lebanon as a wedding present when he married the Hittite king's daughter.

Hittite king Tudaliyas III had made a military alliance with the Amorites to fight Assyrian king Shalmaneser I. He gives the Amorites Lebanon.Some Amorites with their iron chariots attack Israel.
(Judges 4:1-3)


Sep 06, 2011
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David
by: REX

King Saul reigned over Israel 1099-1059 B.C.

David meets an Egyptian slave and helps him.
(1 Samuel 30:11-15)

King David meets an Egyptian giant and slays him. (1 Chronicles 11:23)

David 1059-1019 B.C.

Egyptian king Psusennes I reigned 1099-1049 B.C.
King David slew the Egyptian giant before he went into Jerusalem in 1052 B.C.

The Egyptians in Psusennes I reign were sold into slavery as well as some becoming mercenaries.

Psusennnes I gold mask was found in Tanis. There were wealthy Egyptians, and some Egyptians were living in extreme poverty in his reign. Libya was experiencing overpopulation.

Libyans began settling in Egypt delta. Egypt had its first Libyan king called Shishak who reigned over Egypt 995-974 B.C.

Sep 06, 2011
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Tirhakah
by: Jerry

Tirhakah 714-698 B.C. was king of Ethiopia when Assyrian king Sennacherib defeated the Egyptain army at Libnah. (Isaiah 37:8-9)This was during Judah's king Hezekiah's reign.Tihakah 698-672 B.C. was the Egyptian king mostly in the begin- ning of Judah's king Manasseh 696-641 B.C. reign.

Hezekiah 725-696 B.C.
Manasseh 696-641 B.C.

Assyrian kings:

Sennacherib 711-688 B.C.
Esarhaddon 687-676 B.C.
Ashur-banipal 675-633 B.C.

Manasseh set up offerings to Baal worshipping all graven images. God let Assyrian king Esarhaddon take him to Assyria (2 Chronicles 33:10-11)Esarhaddon had defeated Egyptian Tirhakah in war yet a few years later there was a rebellion in Egypt and Esarhaddon died before he could reach Egypt.

Assyrian king Ashur-banipal released Manasseh
from captivity.Ashur-banipal created terror throughout Egypt and Tirhakah was never heard of again.

Sep 05, 2011
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Real close
by: Anonymous

It was Assyrian king Sargon II who assassinated Shalmaneser V who brought down Hoshea's government before defeating the Egyptian king of Ethiopian origin known as Shabaka.

Sep 05, 2011
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Hoshea kink in Israel's chronology
by: Rick

Assyrian king Tiglath-Pilesar III 753-734 B.C.
Assyrian king Shalmanesar V 733-729 B.C.
Assyrian king Sargon II 728-712 B.C.

Ethiopian/Egyptian king Shabaka 728-714 B.C.

Judah's king Ahaz 741-725 B.C.
Israel's king Pekah 757-737 B.C.
Israel's king Hoshea 737-728 B.C.

Assyrian king Tiglath-Pilesar III took over these cities I-jon,A'bel-beth-ma-a-chah, Janoah,Kadesh, and Hazor. He also took Galilee and Naphtali and carried the Isralites captive to Assyria in Pekah's reign.

Pekah reigned a few years in Ahaz's reign and Tiglath-Pilesar's reign. Hoshea assassinated Pekah and lived in Shalmanesar's reign.(2 Kings 15:29, 16:1, 18:9)

Had Jotham reigned 20 years (757-737 B.C.) is the answer for Pekah's death. (2 Kings 15:29-30)
Jotham actually reigned 16 years (2 Kings 15:33)
Jotham 757-741 B.C.

I believe the chart on Judah kings is accurate with Solomon starting at 1019 B.C. and Zedekiah's reign ending in 586 B.C. is the right pathway in Biblical chronology. It's the Israel kings that really try to confuse chronology. It seems like Hoshea's end came during Ahaz's reign.

Assyrian king Sargon II warred with Egyptian Ethiopian king Shabaka 728-714 B.C. winning victory. (Isaiah 20:1-4)

Since no mention of Sargon II fighting Israel Hoshea's reign must be over when the time Shalmanesar V's life ends. Hence it is Judah's king Ahaz who reigns when Hoshea falls from power not Hezekiah. Shalmanesar V may have died in the siege of Samaria.


Sep 05, 2011
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Shishak II
by: Terry

Shishak II was buried in a silver coffin some 35 years after Shishak I had invaded Judea in Rehoboam's reign. Shishak I received an abundant supply of gold and silver as tribute.

No doubt silver was abundant in the one month Shishak II reigned over Egypt. Egyptian and Biblical history match once again.

Sep 05, 2011
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Asa
by: Bill

Asa had defeated the 1,000,000 man Ethiopian army with fewer than half the troops Zerah had. You might think this event would be recorded outside Biblical resources.

We see today revisionist history where the Arab nations want to erase Israel's history by wanting Israel to withdraw to pre-1948 borders like the history of Israel never existed.

Both the pagan writers in ancient times and the Moslem terrorists in modern times tried erasing Israel's history.

I find Egyptian chronology vs. Bible chronology interesting because it points to truths modern historians want to overlook.

Sep 05, 2011
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Judah's king Asa
by: Anonymous

Asa reigned 959-918 B.C. In the days of Osorkon I
974-939 B.C.Zerah the Ethiopian attacked Asa with a 1,000,000 man army in Asa's 10th year 949 B.C.(2 Chronicles 14:1 & 14:9-15)Zerah had to go through Egypt to get to Israel.

The Libyan/Egyptian king Osorkon I was a weak king to have let 1,000,000 Cushites into his country without a fight whereas Shishak I 995-974 B.C. had received tribute from Jerusalem with far fewer troops.

There is no mention Osorkon I in Egyptian history where 1,000,000 Ethiopians passed through his nation. Remember the Egyptian scribes never wrote about their kings military defeats only when they won a war.

The Bible opens a fresh new look into ancient history. We can uncover history which was missed.

Sep 05, 2011
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Egyptian King Hophra
by: REX

Necho II's reign 610-604 B.C. Necho II slew Judah's king Josiah 639-608 B.C. in 608 B.C. (2 Kings 23:29) Babylonian king Nebuchadnezar slew
Necho II(Jeremiah 46:2)in Jehoikim's 608-597B.C. 4th year.(604 B.C.)

Psamtik II reigns 604-598 B.C. Hophra 598-579 B.C.
(Jeremiah 44:30) Hophra offered to help Judah's King Zedekiah 597-586 B.C. Hophra withdrew his forces before confronting Nebuchadnezar. Zedekiah fell from power as God handed Zedekiah over to
his enemies. God handed Hophra over to his enemies as well. (Jeremiah 44:30)states Hophra will be turned over to his enemies just like what happened to Zedekiah. Hophra was killed by his general Ahmose II.

Sep 04, 2011
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Tirhakah
by: Jeff R.

Bingo! Tirhakah's reign at 714-698 B.C. over Ethiopia does match Hezekiah's reign at 725-696 B.C. (Isaiah 37:9 Tirhakah)Tirhakah reign 698-672 B.C. over Egypt fits Bible chronology alright!

Sep 04, 2011
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Egyptian third intermediate kings
by: Anonymous

We have Shishak's reign at 995-974 B.C. (1 Kings 14:25-Shishak)We have Necho II's reign 610-604 B.C. Biblical Nebuchadnezar slays Necho in 604 B.C. Jehoiakim's 4th year. (Jeremiah 46:2(Shishak chronology scroll down to Egyptian chart)Lets see if Necho's reign ends in 604 B.C.

Shishak I 995-974 B.C.
Osorkon I 974-939 B.C.
Shishak II 939 B.C.
Takelot I 939-924 B.C.
Osorkon II 924-900 B.C.
Takelot II 900-875 B.C.
Shishak III 875-823 B.C.
Pedibaster 823-798 B.C.
Shishak IV 798-792 B.C.
Osorkon III 792-764 B.C.
Takelot III 764-757 B.C.
ami 757-751 B.C.
Shishak V 751-744 B.C.
Osorkon IV 744-729 B.C.
(Dates given by using Bible chronology)

Israel's king Hoshea's reign 737-728 B.C. Hoshea quit paying Assyria tribute when Assyrian king Shalmanesar V 733-729 B.C. reigned. Hoshea then requested that Egyptian king So (Osorkon IV)attack the Assyrians in 732 B.C.(2 Kings 17:3-6)

Osorkon IV reigned in northern Egypt along with
Iuput, Peftjauabaster, Bocchoris and Nimlot being puppets of Cushite king Piankhi. Cushite king Piankhi burned Bocchoris alive. Piankhi reigns over Cush 759-738 B.C. All of Egypt 738-728 B.C.

Cushite kings:
Piankhi 738-728 B.C.
Shabaka 728-714 B.C. fights Sargon II. (Isaiah 20:1-4)
Shebiku 714-698 B.C. reigns over Egypt. Taharka reigns over Cush.
Taharka 698-672 B.C. Taharka reigns over Egypt with interference from Necho I.
Tanutamon 672-664 B.C.
Assyrian Psamtik I 664-610 B.C. & Necho 610-604 B.C.

Assyrian kings: (Biblical chronology)

Tiglath-Pilesar 753-734 B.C.
Shalmanesar V 733-729 B.C.
Sargon II 728-712 B.C.
Sennacherib 711-688 B.C.
Esarhaddon 687-676 B.C.
Ashur-banipal 675-633 B.C.
Ashur-Etil-llani 632-629 B.C.
Sin-Shum-Ishkun 628-612 B.C.
Ashur-Uballit 611-604 B.C. army destroyed by Babylon king Nebuchad-nezzar.

Its seems like Egyptian and Biblical chronology match again. Its seems like the third inter-mediate Egyptian kings are no longer placed in confusion.


Sep 04, 2011
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Queen Tausert
by: Becky

Queen Tausert reigned over Egypt after an influx of Syrians entered her nation. Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta had taken over Syria and many Syrians fled to Lebanon, Canaan and Egypt. These Syrians from the east invaded Canaan in the days of Gideon. (Judges 6:3)

Egyptian Queen Tausert had a love affair with her Syrian butler Bay. Biblical, Egyptian, and Assyrian match in history.

Then there is Egyptian king Akenaton, whose uncle is Mitanni king Tushratta, the Cushan-Rishathaim in (Judges 3:8)

These two matches are made possible when we outline Biblical and Egyptian chronology.

Sep 03, 2011
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Janine Bourriau
by: Jack

Did you know there were no buildings built after Pepi II died, until Mentuhotep II?

Janine Bourriau also shows 12th dynasty pottery found in the 13,14,15,16 and part of the 17th Egyptian dynasties.

These dynasties are fraudulent. Indeed after Amenemhet IV the next king was Ahmose's 18th dynasty.

The fraudulent 1st and 2nd intermediate dynasties
eliminated brings down Pepi II's reign to 2003-1913 B.C.; and the Amenemhet-Senusret dynasty down to 1843-1628 B.C. I agree.

All Middle-East chronology is based on Egyptian chronology, so ending the deception dynasties will allow historians to link up the real history.

One can find out the Dark Ages in Hittite history if Egyptian chronology is corrected. Mursilas I, Hantilas, Zidanta, Ammuna, Huzziya, Telepinus, Tudhalis I, Arunwandas I then comes Tudhaliyas II as mentioned in a poem by Mursilas II blaming Suppilulimus I for plagues because he killed his father Tudhaliyas II. Connect kings to Egypt's chronology.

Hittite king Suppilulimus I lived in the reigns of Amenhotep III & Akenaton according to the Tel-Amarna letters, and lived into Ay's reign for the Hittite king went to war against Egypt after Ay had his son killed.

Egyptian prisoners of war carried plague; and the plague spread throughout Hittite territories.

We can have full accounts in ancient history by eliminating Egypt's false chronology.

Another example: Amenemhet III 1685-1640 B.C. & Amorite Babylonian king Ammi-ditana 1683-1647 B.C.
The merchants in Babylon charged 33% interest on loans to farmers. Those farmers who could not pay back their loans in Ammi-ditana's reign were sold into slavery. Amenemhet III brought Babylonian slaves into Egypt to complete his vast network of building projects. This action angered the Thebeans.

Three cheers for Jenine Bourriau for exposing Egypt's historian priest Manetho as a liar.

Sep 03, 2011
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Janine Bourriau
by: Tom

Archaeologist Janine Bourriau's findings in Memphis and Egypt's delta show only 12th dynasty pottery and late 17th dynasty pottery, proving Manetho had lied about the Hyksos being barbarians.

This proves the Egyptian 13-16 dynasties, and part of the 17th dynasty, to be a hoax. It was Ahmose family, his father Seqenenre Tao and Kamose, who appears after Amenemhet IV who were the barbarians. They were followed by Ahmose whom brought down the prosperous Amenemhet/Senusret dynasty.

Seqenenre Tao and Kamose probably died in queen Sobekneferu's reign. The Abydos Egyptian kings list does seem to be correct. The next king after Amenemhet IV is Ahmose.

Bringing down these false dynasties means Amenemhet I reign at 1991-1961 B.C. is reduced to Amenemhet I at 1843-1813 B.C.

Amenemhet IV reign at 1798-1786 B.C. is reduced to Amenemhet IV at 1640-1631 B.C.

This Bible chronology system really works. Every day new information proves Moses right and Manetho wrong!

Sep 03, 2011
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Herodotus
by: REX

Herodotus was wrong, according to modern day archaeologists working at Giza. They claim 20,000 Egyptians labored on Khufu's pyramid.

Sep 03, 2011
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Checking Global Population
by: Anonymous

2344-2329 B.C.
I can see 4 women producing 8 children each = 32 + 8 original from Ark = 40 people exist, yet the girl population would have to be around 26 females being born in these 15 years to produce 1,000,000 people by 2179 B.C., which is needed to support the Egyptian population being 100,000 by 2179 B.C. (scroll down to population chart)

Egyptian king Khufu's (2201-2179 B.C.)population was 100,000 according to the historian Herodotus.

Sep 02, 2011
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Execration Texts
by: Anonymous

Jacob entered Egypt at age 130 (Genesis 47:9) in 1702 B.C. in Senusret III's reign 1724-1685 B.C.

The Canaanite Hyksos also entered Egypt in great numbers in 1702 B.C., because the famine had struck hard in Canaan.

Egyptian historians claim there were five Hyksos kings,yet Sheshi, Yakubher, Khyan, Apepi I and Apepi II lived at Avaris more like chieftains.

Abydos Egyptian kings list shows after Amenemhet IV reigns the next king is Ahmose.

Senusret III 1724-1685 B.C.
Amenemhet III 1685-1640 B.C.
Amenemhet IV 1640-1631 B.C.
Queen Sobekneferu 1631-1628 B.C. and Ahmose 1628-1603 B.C.

The Canaanite Hyksos lived in Egypt 1702-1608 B.C. Egyptian king Ahmose defeats the Canaanites at Sharuhen Canaan in 1608 B.C., some five years before he dies.

Joseph, 1741-1631 B.C., was governor of Egypt. Joseph was the only foreigner having this much power.

Joseph rode a horse driven chariot (Genesis 41:43), and Egyptians riding in chariots escorted Joseph into Canaan to bury Jacob. (Genesis 50:9)The chariot was used in ceremonies in Senusret III's reign. Senusret III had horses, for a horse skeleton was found in Nubia (Sudan) in 1959 A.D., traced to Senusret III's reign. The Canaanite Hyksos traded horses for bread. (Genesis 47:15-17)

The Execration Texts were written in Senusret III's reign. The Egyptians did not like giving up all their land to the pharaoh. (Genesis 47:20-22)
Only the priests were allowed to keep their lands.

Ahmose 1628-1603 B.C. (Biblical chronology) offered all Egyptians fighting in his army free land, which Senusret III had confiscated some 94 years earlier.

Regular Egyptian historians say when Amenemhet IV and queen Sobeknefru dies their history is a mystery.
Joseph died in 1631 B.C.
Amenemhet IV also died in 1631 B.C.

The Abydos Egyptian kings list makes sense. The next king is Ahmose.

Sep 02, 2011
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The Hekanakhte Papers
by: Jim

Hekanakhte papers show the rich Egyptian farmers had a problem with famine in Senusret I reign 1813-1777 B.C. (Bible chronology)

Abraham died in 1817 B.C. Isaac lived 1892-1712 B.C. Esau and Jacob were born 1832 B.C.

Esau got married at age 40 (Genesis 26:34)in 1792 B.C. God told Isaac not to enter Egypt (Genesis 26:2 )after Abraham had died. (Abraham - Genesis 25:7 in 1817 B.C.)

Egyptian king Senusret I had a local famine (not worldwide). Senusret I was also called "the Throat Slitter of Asiatics". Good reasons God told Isaac to stay out of Egypt.

Isaac (Genesis 26:18), after Abraham's death and before Esau's marriage, found water in Beer-sheba where his servants had dug a well.

The Genesis 41:57 World famine was in 1704-1697 B.C. during Senusret III's reign from 1724-1685 B.C. when large groups of Canaanite Hyksos entered Egypt. The Excration Texts indicate some Egyptians were against Canaanite immigration occurring in Senusret III's reign.

The Hekanakhte Papers deal with rich farmers and land estates while Senusret III confiscated all the land in Egypt, breaking up the rich estates except for the priest's land. (Genesis 47:20-22)

Joseph did reign as governor of Egypt in Senusret III reign.

Sep 02, 2011
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Abraham
by: REX

Abraham was born in 1992 B.C. at UR during the prosperous reign of Shulgi/Dungi 2007-1960 B.C. Abraham lived through the reigns of Bur-Sin 1960-1950 B.C. ; Gimil-Sin 1950-1942 B.C. ; and part of Ibi-Sin's reign 1942-1917 B.C. (Biblical time)

Egyptian king Pepi II 2003-1913 B.C. had trade with UR. Pepi II traded grain for UR's honey. Pepi II was Egypt's first bi-sexual king. He had honey poured over his naked male and female slaves to keep the flies off him. Pepi II had trade with Sodom before Sodom was destroyed in 1893 B.C. Sodom was the city Abraham prayed for.

Abraham's family left UR in 1925 B.C. for Haran, some 430 years before the Exodus. Terah dies in 1917 B.C. at Haran when the Amorite king of Isin Ishbi-Erra backs Elamite king Kindattu/Chedor- laomer as he destroys UR.

Pepi II in 1925 B.C. destroys the Amorite temple at Mendes, Egypt because the Amorites, paying tribute to Chedorlaomer for 12 years (Genesis 14:4) 1925-1913 B.C., destroy the Egyptian temple at Byblos built when Snefru reigned over Egypt in 2225-2201 B.C. (Biblical chronology)

Interesting, that after Abraham slays Elamite king Chedorlaomer, who had destroyed his hometown of UR, Kindattu's nephew Indattu, nicknamed "Son of Pepi", reigns over Elam 1911-1898 B.C. two years after Egyptian king Pepi II dies.

The Amorite tribes in Canaan who revolted against Kindattu invaded Egypt when Mentuhotep II 1913-1862 B.C. reigned at Thebes.

In Mentuhotep II's 39th year, 1874 B.C., he kicks the Amorites out of Egypt as he reunites Egypt.

Sep 01, 2011
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Numbers reveal the Exodus date
by: Lujack Skylark

Solomon's temple was detroyed in 586 B.C. Lets see how the numbers play out.

Solomon 1019-979 B.C.(1 Kings 11:42)Solomon's 4th year (1 Kings 6:1)was 1015 B.C. some 480 years after the 1495 B.C. Exodus.

Rehoboam 979-962 B.C.(1 Kings 14:21) Abijam 962-959 B.C.(1 Kings 15:2)Asa 959-918 B.C. (1 Kings 15:10)Jehoshaphat 918-893 B.C.(1 Kings 22:42)Jehoram 893-885 B.C.(2 Kings 8:17) Ahaziah 885-884 B.C. (2 Kings 8:26)Athaliah 884-878 B.C. (2 Kings 2:11:1-3)Jehoash 878-838 B.C.(2 Kings 12:1) Amaziah 838-809 B.C. (2 Kings 14:2) Uzziah 809-757 B.C. (2 Kings 15:2)

Jotham 757-741 B.C. (2 Kings 15:33)Ahaz 741-725 B.C.(2 Kings 16:2)Hezekiah 725-696 B.C. (2 Kings 18:2)Manasseh 696-641 B.C.(2 Kings 21:1) Amon 641-639 B.C. (2 Kings 21:19)Josiah 639-608 B.C. (2 Kings 22:1)608 B.C. Jehoahaz (2 Kings 23:31)Jehoiakim 608-597 B.C.(2 Kings 23:36)Jehoiachin 597 B.C.(2 Kings 24:8)597-586 B.C. Zedekiah (2 Kings 24:18)

The numbers tell us Solmon's reign was 1019-979 B.C. 4th year 1015 B.C. The Exodus 1495 B.C. Moses was 80 years old at the time of the Exodus. Moses lived 1575-1455 B.C.

Sep 01, 2011
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Numbers reveal the Exodus pharaoh
by: Lujack Skylark

There are 521 years from the Exodus to Rehoboam's 5th year of reign. Solomon's real reign was 1019-979 B.C. 1 Kings 6:1 Solomon's 4th year was 1015 B.C. some 480 years after the Exodus. 480 + 36 more years Solomon reigned + 5 years Rehoboam = 521 years. (1 Kings 14:25)Exodus 1495 B.C.

Egyptian king Thutmose III dies in 1495 B.C. not 1434 B.C. Shishak dies a few months after attacking Jerusalem in 974 B.C. the 521st year.
Egyptian reigns given in solo years. Example: Amenhotep II 26 yrs. solo 24 years. Proof:

Amenhotep II 1495-1471 B.C. Thutmose IV 1471-1462 B.C. Amenhotep III 1462-1424 B.C. Akenaton 1424-1407 B.C. Semenkare 1407-1406 B.C. Tut 1406-1396 B.C. Ay 1396-1392 B.C. Horemheb 1392-1361 B.C. Ramses I 1361-1360 B.C. Seti I 1360-1347 B.C. Ramses II 1347-1280 B.C. Merneptah I 1280-1268 B.C. Amenmesses 1268-1263 B.C. Seti II 1263-1258 B.C. Merneptah II 1258-1251 B.C. Tausert 1251-1249 B.C. Irsu 1249-1247 B.C.

Setnakht 1247-1245 B.C. Ramses III 1245-1213 B.C. Ramses IV 1213-1207 B.C. Ramses V 1207-1203 B.C. Ramses VI 1203-1193 B.C. Ramses VII 1193-1192 B.C. Ramses VIII 1192-1185 B.C. Ramses IX 1185-1166 B.C. Ramses X 1166-1157 B.C. Ramses XI 1157-1130 B.C. Smendes 1130-1103 B.C. Neferkhres 1103-1099 B.C. Psusennes I 1099-1049 B.C. Amenmope 1049-1040 B.C. Osokhor 1040-1034 B.C. Siamon 1034-1014 B.C. Psusennes II 1014-995 B.C. & Shishak 995-974 B.C.

The pharaoh before Amenhotep II was Exodus pharaoh Thutmose III. All 521 years are accounted.

Sep 01, 2011
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Egyptian Chronology
by: Anonymous

What the researcher did here to match Bible chronology.

(1)Eliminate the kings from legendary Menes up to Djoser's reign indicating the stone Step Pyramid is the start of Egypt's history. Also the elimination of the 3 Kings between Djoser and Snefru. Some 36 years are gone.

(2)Showing us some interesting History where from Snefru to Sahure there is constant history.

(3)Opening our eyes to Sahure's brother Neferirkare started a contemporary reign.
Sahure 2108-2094 B.C.
Unas 2094-2065 B.C.
Teti 2065-2052 B.C.
Pepi I 2052-2003 B.C.
Neferirkare 2108-2098 B.C.
Shepseskare 2098-2091 B.C.
Neferefre 2091-2084 B.C.
Niuserre 2084-2053 B.C.
Menkauhor 2053-2045 B.C.
Djedkare 2045-2006 B.C.

(4)Following the Sakkara Egyptian kings list revealing after Pepi II reign the next king was Mentuhotep II.

(5)Believing the Abydos Egyptian kings list revealing after Amenemhet IV's reign the next king was Ahmose indicating Tao,Kamose and Ahmose brought down Amenemhet IV's reign which was supported by Canaanite Hyksos.

These steps are the way showing one how Egyptian chronology matches the Bible. It challenges Egyptian priest Manetho's garbled account of Egyptian history.

(1A)Egyptian history appears to be written in stone. Djoser's reign stone pyramid & bowls.

(3A)Sahure's brother reigned with him in another part of Egypt.

(4A)Pepi II's death caused a civil war and Mentu-hotep II ended it.

(5A)Amenemhet IV's death was caused by a possible civil war eliminating the kings that have no history until Tao,Kamose and Ahmose.

Hope this outline helps all who are interested in Egyptian and Bible chronology. Its possible. What can I say?


Sep 01, 2011
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Temple builders
by: Anonymous

Erech's king Lugalzagesi 2243-2218 B.C. as previously posted (scroll down) worshiped the goddess Ninhursag. Annapadda 2223-2143 B.C. built the temple of Ninhursag. It seems like the beginning construction of the Ninhursag temple occurred before Sargon/Nimrod defeated Lugalzagesi in 2218 B.C. (Sumer History)

Egyptian king Zoser 2243-2225 B.C. constructed the Step Pyramid around the same time priest Annapadda was building his temple. Egyptian priest Imhotep designed the temple near the Step Pyramid in a Sumerian design.

Aug 30, 2011
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Egyptian Chronology
by: Tom

Egyptian Chronology had placed the pyramids in 2500's B.C. The research given here traces Egyptian history beginning 2243 B.C. with the pyramids started to be built with Mizraim Djoser as the first pharoah. This takes Egyptian history down some 1,200 years and can verify the global flood at 2344 B.C.

Its interesting reading to see how various kings have a history together.

Aug 30, 2011
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Possible?
by: Anonymous

UR king Mesannapadda and Annapadda at 2223-2143 B.C. offers possibilities, since Annapadda gave Lagash governor Ur-Nanshe proposed date 2183-2158 B.C. independence.

Erech's king Enshakushanna at 2198-2138 B.C. is interesting since he went to war against Lagash governor Eannatum proposed date 2153-2134 B.C.

Erech's king Lugalkinishedudu at 2138-2123 B.C. helped Lagash governor Entemena 2131-2114 B.C. defeat Umma.

Urukagina 2099-2093 B.C. maybe taken down by the Gutium if Lugalzagesi did not attack him.

This might indicate Sargon (Nimrod) brought down Erech Lugalzagesi's city and there was no prior history of Erech. History of Erech with only Lugalzagesi and Nimrod. This means the history of Kish and Umma was legendary until the days of Nimrod.

Egyptian chronology really might match Bible chronology date where mankind left the Tower of Babel in 2243 B.C. if Lagash governor Urukagina's reign is proven after 2243 B.C. How could Egyptian history be before 2243 B.C. if Sargon (Nimrod's) reign existed 2243-2187 B.C. over Akkad?

Aug 29, 2011
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This is actual history
by: Jack

Unbelievable! Remarkable how one can link Akkad, Erech, Lagash and Ur's history together! The fuzzy history now becomes a clear picture.

It seems the research confirms 2243 B.C. as the date humanity left Babel. The population in Sumer spreading out first to Akkad and Erech before Lagash and Ur makes sense.

Lagash was the missing piece in the puzzle. Once the governors were placed in proper order the history fog was lifted.

Aug 28, 2011
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Interesting
by: Anonymous

Never thought I would see the day when Sumer, Egyptian, Elamite and Biblical history come together.

Thank-you!

Aug 28, 2011
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Egyptian Elamite Biblical links
by: REX

Elamite kings: 2243-2196 B.C. Luh-ishshan defeated by Sargon/Nimrod.Hishep-ratep 2196-2183 B.C. Helu 2183-2152 B.C. Hita 2152-2118 B.C.

Elamite king Hita signs a military alliance with Akkadian king Naramsin 2163-2123 B.C. Naramsin invaded Egypt attacking king(Manium)Menkaure 2148-2122 B.C. after destroying Ebla,Syria.

Elamites were first to use the wheel. Lagash governor Eannatum uses donkey wheel carts in his attack against Umma.

Elamite king Hi(ta) aligns himself with Gutium chieftain Im(ta)and bring down Naramsin's government in a revolt.

Elamite king Kutik-Inshushinak 2118-2093 B.C sculptors pound thin gold sheets against wood statues creating the world's first golden idols.
Egypt's king Pepi I 2052-2003 B.C. makes copper idols in the same fashion. Lagash governor Gudea 2063-2042 B.C. reopens trade.

Gutium control Elam 2093-2032 B.C. Utu-Khegal 2032-2025 B.C. controls Sumer. Abraham's Ur 2025-1917 B.C. Elamite king Kindattu/Chedorlaomer reigned 1927-1911 B.C. He destroyed Ur in 1917 B.C. Abraham slays him in 1911 B.C.

Pepi II reigned 2003-1913 B.C. Kindattu's nephew Indattu 1911-1898 B.C. is nicknamed "Son of Pepi".

Aug 28, 2011
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The matching history
by: REX

Erech's king Lugalkinishedudu 2138-2123 B.C. did make a peace treaty with Lagash governor Entemena
2128-2114 B.C.

Lugalkinishedudu received red granite and white marble from Egyptian king Menkaure 2148-2122 B.C. called Manium in the Sumer language. Naramsin king of Akkad 2163-2123 B.C. Sargon/Nimrod's grandson attacked Manium and secured quarried red granite blocks as tribute. Lugalkinishedudu dedicated the red granite and white marble to his god Enlil.

Menkaure had received white marble from the main land Greeks who began having trade with Egypt.

Erech's kings under Gutium reign:

Urnigin 2123-2116 B.C.
Urgigir 2116-2110 B.C.
Kudda 2110-2104 B.C.
Puzur-ili 2104-2099 B.C. & Ur-Utu 2099-2093 B.C. Gutium reign at Erech 2093-2032 B.C.
Erech king Utu-khegal 2032-2025 B.C. defeated the Gutium
Abraham's Ur 2025-1917 B.C.

Moses chronology is highly accurate after we have eliminated fraudulent mythical Sumer and Egyptian kings.

Aug 27, 2011
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Confirmation
by: Anonymous

Annapadda 2223-2143 B.C. built the temple of Ninhursag and Lagash governor Eannatum 2153-2128 B.C. was said to be nursed by Ninhursag with her milk. The temple Ninhursag came before Eannatum worshipped Ninhursag proving Lagash history did not come before Annapadda.

Annapadda was married to Sargon/Nimrod's daughter Enheduanna. Sargon/Nimrod reign over Sumer was 2243-2187 B.C. Lagash history begins after Sargon Nimrod.

Annapadda the moon priest of Ur and Enheduanna the 1st moon priestess and Annapadda builds a temple to Ninhursag. We are witnessing how false religion started after humanity left the Tower of Babel.

Aug 27, 2011
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Genesis 10:10 city of Erech & Lagash
by: Anonymous

Lagash and Erech and previously Ur have history which falls within Bible chronology.

Lagash governors:

Ur-Nanshe 2183-2158 B.C.
Akurgal 2158-2153 B.C.
Eannatum 2153-2128 B.C.
Enannatum I 2128-2125 B.C.
Entemena 2125-2114 B.C.
Enannatum II 2114-2111 B.C.
Enetarzi 2111-2106 B.C.
Lugalanda 2106-2099 B.C.
Urukagina 2099-2093 B.C. the Gutium and not Lugalzagesi destroy Lagash.

Ur-Bau 2093-2063 B.C.
Gudea 2063-2042 B.C.
Ur-Ningirsu and Ugme. 2042-2032 B.C.

Kings of the Genesis 10:10 city of Erech. 2243-2218 B.C.
Lugalzagesi 2218-2198 B.C.
Sargon/Nimrod controls Erech. 2198-2138 B.C. Enshakushanna reigns 2138-2123 B.C. Lugalkinishedudu reigns 2123-2093 B.C.
4th dynasty of Erech reigns. Gutium control Erech 2093-2032 B.C.
Utu-Khegal king of Erech reigns 2032-2025 B.C.

Ur-Nanshe had trade with the island of Dilmun where Egyptian king Redjef's 2179-2172 B.C. ships had docked. Lagash governor Ur-Nanshe acquired a sphinx carved toy from the merchants of Dilmun.

Urukagina 2099-2093 B.C. reign silver was abundant
Egyptian king Sahure reign 2108-2094 B.C.he received silver from Punt.

Silver was also abundant in Akkadian king Sharkalisharri's reign 2123-2098 B.C.He was a Gutium puppet.

Aug 27, 2011
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Who reigned at Ur
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2223-2143 B.C. Mesannpadda and Annapadda reigned at Ur. Annapadda the moon priest was married to Enheduanna the daughter of Sargon/Nimrod. She was the first moon priestess of Ur.

2143-2107 B.C. Meskiagnunna reigns over Ur.
2107-2093 B.C. Meskalamdug and Akalamdug reign.

2093-2068 B.C. Gutium Elulu reigns at Ur.
2068-2032 B.C. Gutium Balulu reigns at Ur.

2032-2025 B.C. Erech king Utu-Khegal wins victory over the Gutium chieftain Tirigan and Ur also falls.

2025-1917 B.C. Abraham's Ur exists.

Meskalamdug represents the Royal Tombs of Ur. An electrum sword was found there. Punt also produced electrum. Egyptian king Sahure 2108-2094 B.C. also mixed gold and silver together to produce electrum. Sahure had trade with Punt.

Sargon/Nimrod's Akkad/Accad/Agade empire from Sargon to the end of Naramsin's reign 2243-2123 B.C. Gutium reign over Sumer 2123-2032 B.C. Two Gutium kings reign over Ur 2093-2032 B.C. Utu-khegal 2032-2025 B.C. & Abraham's Ur 2025-1917 B.C.

Egyptian king Snefru 2225-2201 B.C. was building his pyramids when Mesannapadda and Annapadda began building their temple.

Aug 26, 2011
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Sahure Unas connection
by: Lujack Skylark

Sahure Unas connection in the previous mentioned chronology.
(1)Both Sahure and Unas had plumbing. A pipe was found in Sahure's temple. Unas had a five bedroom suite underground equipped with plumbing for the afterlife.
(2)Both Sahure and Unas had palm designed temple columns indicating the same workers worked on both temples
(3)Desert nomads attacked both Sahure and Unas (4)Starving emasculated people are pictured in both Sahure's and Unas causeways
(5)Both Sahure and Unas liked to go hunting according to scenes on the wall of their pyramids

Five good reasons the pharaoh after Sahure was Unas. Check the Elephantine chronology as we get a closer picture of real Egyptian history and verify Moses chronology. Its Moses vs. Manetho; and Moses does win!

Aug 26, 2011
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Queen Nitocris
by: Becky

Queen Nitocris lived late in Pepi II's reign. It is said Queen Nitocris was fair to look upon.

Sarah was fair to look upon. (Genesis 12:11)Pepi II liked both queen Nitocris and Sarah. A disaster occurred in queen Nitocris life. Perhaps the disaster were the plagues of Genesis 12:17.

Aug 26, 2011
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Elephantine dynasty
by: REX

Neferirkare 2108-2098 B.C.
Shepseskare 2098-2091 B.C.
Neferefre 2091-2084 B.C.
Niuserre 2084-2052 B.C.
Menkauhor 2052-2044 B.C.
Djedkare 2044-2005 B.C.

The Elephantine dynasty starts with Neferirkare, Sahure's brother, and ends with Djedkare who brought pygmies back to Egypt.

Sahure 2108-2094 B.C.
Unas 2094-2065 B.C.
Teti 2065-2052 B.C.
Pepi I 2052-2003 B.C. & Pepi II 2003-1913 B.C. Pepi II.

Pepi II had pygmies brought back to Egypt. We now have information on how the Elephantine dynasty fits into real Egyptian chronology.

Egyptian priest Manetho's history of Egypt is full of mistakes. Here we expose him.

Bible:
0 year of civilization
Peleg is born in 2243 B.C.
Reu born 2213 B.C.
Serug 2181 B.C.
Nahor 2151 B.C.
Terah lives 2122-1917 B.C. in the history of nations.

Egypt: Zoser 2243-2225 B.C.
Sneferu 2225-2201 B.C.
Khufu 2201-2179 B.C.
Redejef 2179-2172 B.C.
Khafre 2172-2148 B.C.
Menkaure 2148-2122 B.C.
Shepsekaf 2122-2118 B.C.
Userkaf 2118-2108 B.C.
Sahure 2108-1913 B.C. through Pepi II's reign.

Sumer: Sargon/Nimrod through Naramsin's reign 2243-2123 B.C.
Gutium 2123-2032 B.C.
Utu-Khegal 2032-2025 B.C. & Abraham's UR 2025-1917 B.C.
Abraham born 1992 B.C. (Genesis 12:4-11:32)

Ancient history is in perfect alignment with Moses chronology. Moses wins and Manetho loses.

Aug 25, 2011
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Egypt's First
by: Dave

Djoser-1st pyramid
Snefru-1st temple built in foreign land at Byblos
Khufu-1st to meet Greek basket weavers.
Redejef-1st ships to sail to Australia.
Khafre-1st to develop trade with Ebla,Syria.
Menkaure-1st who trades with Troy II.

Shepsekaf-1st who was assassinated.
Userkaf-1st to trade with island of Cythera.
Sahure-1st to trade with Punt & Asia-Minor.

Unas-1st to write Pyramid Texts.
Teti-1st to develop trade with Lagash (Gudea)
Pepi I-1st to use foreign troops Cushites in war.
Pepi II-1st to develop trade with Abraham's Ur.
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Cush was right next to Egypt. Pepi I used 50,000 Cushite soldiers to fight the sandweller Amorites in Canaan some 200 years after Djoser was working on the Step Pyramid.

Why weren't Cushite soldiers mentioned in Egypt's first 3 dynasties? If there were kings before Djoser/Mizraim-there would have been a history with Cush a long time before Djoser ever reigned.

Djoser is the last king of Egypt's 3rd so-called dynasty. Snef-ru is next being the son of Path-ru-sim in Genesis 10:14. The pyramid builders represent the true time when real Egyptian history started.

Aug 25, 2011
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Egyptian Sumer connections
by: REX

Sargon/Nimrod 2243-2187 B.C.E. Akkadian empire extended from Ur to his south,Elam to his east, Taurus mountains to his north and Byblos to his west. Sargon obtained silver from the Taurus mountain region. Egyptian king Snefru had trade with Byblos.

Egypt. Mizraim/Zoser 2243-2225 B.C. Snef-ru son of Path-ru 2225-2201 B.C. Khufu 2201-2179 B.C.

Queen Hetephres Khufu's mother most likely received the silver for her silver bracelets from the Akkadian king Sargon.

The Sumer/Akkadian empire and Egypt had trade relations at the dawn of their history for Zoser's Step Pyramid is Sumerian in design.

Aug 25, 2011
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Egyptian trade #2
by: REX

Pepi II: Civil war at the end of his reign.
Mentuhotep II: ends civil war.

Sodom and Gomorrah are destroyed. Byblos destroyed by an earthquake.

Mentuhotep III: reopens trade with Punt.
Mentuhotep IV: an usurper.

Amenemhet I: develops trade with rebuilt Byblos.
Senusret I: has trade with Libya and Nubia.

Amenemhet II: Minoans bring him the Tod treasure.
Senusret II: Minoans build his temple.

Senusret III: annexes Canaan. Joseph in Egypt.
Amenemhet III: Babylonian slaves complete Bahr Yusef (Joseph's canal)

Amenemhet IV: Sinai mines still bring prosperity. Civil war strikes Egypt.Byblos trade stops.
Ahmose: ends Egyptian civil war.

Amenhotep I: reopens Byblos trade.
Thutmose I: has war with Syria. Syria pays tribute.

Thutmose II: receives tribute from Syria.
Queen Hatshepsut: reopens trade with Punt.

Thutmose III: has war with the Amorites living in Lebanon and Syria. (Genesis 15:13-16)Thutmose III destroys the Amorites 400 years of power.

Amenhotep II,Thutmose IV,Amenhotep III and Akenaton all receive tribute from the Amorites proving their 400 years of power was over.

Follow the history. The Bible is no mystery.

Aug 25, 2011
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Egyptian Trade
by: REX

Zoser: acquires copper from the Sinai. Copper tools are used to cut stones for the Step Pyramid.
Snefru: secures cedar wood from Byblos to build some 40 cedar ships.

Khufu: receives gold and leopard skins from the Nubians. Greek basket weavers visit him. Libyans also pay Khufu tribute.
Redejef: has trade with the island of Dilmun.

Khafre: developes trade with Ebla,Syria a city built by Eber. (Genesis 10:25)
Menkaure: Mainland Greeks visit Egypt.

Shepsekaf: is assassinated by the Egyptian priest hood.
Userkaf: developes trade with the Greek island of Cythera.
Sahure: developes trade with Punt and Asia-Minor.

Unas: developes trade with the Barbar temple.
Teti: has trade with Lagash governor Gudea.

Pepi I: has trade with Lagash governor Gudea and UR-Nammu king of UR.
Pepi II has trade with the last four kings of Abraham's UR. Pepi II also has trade with central Africa.

Pepi II acquired silver and honey from UR. There was no silver mines in Africa at this time in history. Abraham received silver from Pepi II that came from his hometown of UR. (Genesis 13:2 silver)

Aug 23, 2011
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The Making of False gods
by: Anonymous

Imhotep was the priest who designed the Step Pyramid after the Egyptians left Sumer and migrated to Egypt. Imhotep's mother was Khreduankh
and his father was Ptah, the deified Pathru-sim in Genesis 10:14. Sim = tribe. The man's name was Path-ru.

Khre-du-ankh-the ankh is the T symbol for fertility. T also stands for Tammuz the deified Nimrod, who Enhe-du-anna Sargon/Nimrod's daughter worshiped. Maybe Khreduankh and Enheduanna were sisters.

Khreduank worshiped at the temple near the Step Pyramid at Sakkara Egypt, while Enheduanna became the first moon priestess of UR.

Imhotep was known as the maker of stoneware; Imhotep later was worshipped as a god.

Biblical Time: Zoser and Imhotep 2243-2225 B.C.
at Sakkara. Sargon/Nimrod 2243-2187 B.C. at Akkad.

Aug 23, 2011
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Abraham's wealth
by: Anonymous

Abraham left Egypt a rich man. (Genesis 13:1-2)Soon afterwards Egyptian society was turned upside down after Pepi II had died. The rich were dressed in rags and the poor were dressed like they were rich.

The Egyptian pharaoh was no longer considered as a god after Pepi II had been plagued (Genesis 12:17)and the Egyptians had suffered as various nomarch's went to war against each other before Mentuhotep II's victory over them when he reunified Egypt in his 39th year of reign.

God had given Abraham great wealth right before the Memphis dynasty collapsed upon Pepi II's death. God provided Abraham with all his needs for survival in such turbulent times.

Aug 23, 2011
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Famine and plagues
by: Anonymous

Sahure's reign 2108-2094 B.C. emancipated Saharan tribes migrate to Egypt. Monsoon (rains) no longer strike Northern Africa and southwestern Asia.

Unas reign 2094-2065 B.C.emancipated Saharan tribes migrate to Egypt.

Pepi II's reign 2003-1913 B.C. Pepi II is plagued. (Genesis 12:17)

Mentuhotep II's reign 1913-1862 B.C. famine occurs during Egypt's civil war.

Senusret I's reign 1813-1777 B.C. famine strikes Egypt. God tells Isaac not to enter Egypt. (Genesis 26:2)

Senusret III's reign 1724-1685 B.C. Global famine 1704-1697 B.C. (Genesis 41:57)

1495 B.C. the 10 plagues strike Egypt and the Exodus occurs.

There were famines and plagues in Abraham, Isaac,
Joseph and Moses lifetimes.

Aug 22, 2011
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Egyptian pharaoh's
by: REX

Egyptian pharaoh's and no foreign kings reigned while Joseph and Moses lived in Egypt. (Genesis 41:40-43)Joseph was the governor reigning over Egypt not reigning over the Egyptian throne.

Moses was born at the time the Egyptian daughter of the pharaoh reigned. (Exodus 2:5)

Joseph became governor over Egypt when the power of the nomarch's was broken and Egypt annexed Canaan which both happened in Senusret III's reign.

Moses was born after the Canaanite/Hyksos were kicked out of Egypt. Thutmose I became paranoid and order that Hebrew male babies be slain believing the slaves might revolt one day.

Aug 22, 2011
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Ancient History
by: Terry

Mankind believes more in myths and legends. Good try in bringing this history to life.

Aug 22, 2011
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Global Famine & princess Hatshepsut
by: Anonymous

The Global famine (Genesis 41:57)and princess Hatshepsut (Exodus 2:5-10)really pinpoint tightly Egyptian and Bible chronology.

Senusret III's reign 1724-1685 B.C. in his 20th year 1704 B.C. his army barely makes it back to Egypt from Nubia because the Nile river is so low and the global famine has just begun.Famine:1704 -1697 B.C. Amenemhet III 1685-1640 B.C. completes Bahr Yosef (Joseph's canal)

Amorite king Abi-Eshuh 1710-1684 B.C. dams up the Tigris River trying to starve out the Sealanders during the global famine.

Princess Hatshepsut saved baby Moses and all her statues and monuments were defaced because she had saved Moses life and later after she died Thutmose III confronted Moses late in his reign & began erasing Hatshepsut's name from Egyptian records when the 10 plagues struck Egypt.

The famine and Hatshepsut zeroes in on Egypt's true chronology. Joseph lived 1741-1631 B.C. Moses lived 1575-1455 B.C. There indeed were only 56 years from Joseph's death where Joseph saw the third generation in Egypt (Genesis 50:23)to Moses birth. House of Thutmose I-III actually existed 1582-1495 B.C.

The famine and Hatshepsut pinpoints the Bible's historical accuracy as we have witnessed.

Aug 22, 2011
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Why Care About Ancient History?
by: Lujack Skylark

Why care about ancient history?

We discover Egypt, Assyria, Babylon, the Roman empire,the Spanish and British all had great empires which fell after mistreating the Jewish people.

We discover all nations that cursed Israel were cursed. (Genesis 12:3) God promised the Jewish people they would one day live in true peace, when the Lord reigns over the whole earth after all nations gather against Jerusalem. (Zechariah 14:2-9)

Why not uncover real Egyptian history connecting the dots where the Egyptian history matches the Bible? Why not see where both history and prophecy match God's word?

Aug 21, 2011
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Egyptian and Biblical Chronology
by: Anonymous

Why do people care if there is an Egyptian Biblical match?

People care so little about ancient history these days. About half of American history high school students can not even tell you who Andrew Jackson was, or can find Egypt on a map.

Aug 21, 2011
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Ishmael
by: Ted

Abraham's son Ishmael was born when Abraham was 86 years old in 1906 B.C. (Genesis 16:3 & Genesis 16:16) Abraham had been briefly in Egypt in 1917 B.C. Some 10 years in Canaan 1917-1907 B.C. In 1907 B.C. Sarah gave Abraham Hagar to be his wife.

Ishmael lives 1906-1769 B.C. (Genesis 25:17)Both Ishmael and Isaac buried their father Abraham. (Genesis 25:9)

Ishmael kept in contact with Isaac later in life. Esau had also visited Ishmael later in Ishmael's life. (Genesis 28:9)Isaac had stayed out of Egypt. (Genesis 26:2) Ishmael's mother Hagar was Egyptian. Ishmael spent his time in both Egypt and Canaan.

Ishmael was in Egypt during Egypt's civil war when Mentuhotep II 1913-1862 B.C. had won victory. Ishmael was in Canaan when Esau came to visit him during Senusret I 1813-1777 B.C. reign.
Ishmaelites brought Joseph into Egypt in 1724 B.C.
(Genesis 39:1)

The Arab Ishmaelites were in the slave trade. They brought their cousin Joseph into Egypt when Senusret III reigned 1724-1685 B.C.

Aug 21, 2011
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Biblical Chronology
by: Scot

Joseph saw the third generation in Egypt.
Joseph 1741-1631 B.C. (Genesis 50:23)

There were only 4 generations in Egypt.

Moses 1575-1455 B.C. 4th generation.

The first to the third generation the Hebrews were shepherds (Genesis 46:34) whom the Egyptians considered an abomination. Joseph died and all that generation.(Exodus 1:6)The fourth generation the Egyptians made the Hebrews lives bitter with hard bondage. (Exodus 1:14)

There arose in Egypt a pharaoh who knew not Joseph. (Exodus 1:8) The 56 years from Joseph's death to Moses being born Joseph's name was erased from Egyptian records. The fourth generation experienced a new Egyptian dynasty.

Pharoah Ahmose had chased out the Canaanite Hyksos in the first Exodus from Egypt but still there was a mixed crowd. (Exodus 12:38) This meant all the slaves both Hebrew and mixed left in the second Exodus out of Egypt.

There wasn't enough manpower to clear the sand around the Sphinx which was covered by the same east wind sandstorm that dried a pathway through the Red Sea. (Exodus 14:21) Prince Thutmose living in Amenhotep II's reign had a dream if he cleared the sand from the Sphinx he might become the next king of Egypt and he became Thutmose IV.

The pharoah during the parting of the Red Sea was Thutmose III, the Exodus pharaoh.

It was Amenhotep II who lacked the slaves.

Slaves were plentiful in Egypt before the Hebrew Exodus.

Aug 20, 2011
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Biblical chronology & Egyptian chronology
by: Ryan

Abraham 1992-1817 B.C.
Isaac 1892-1712 B.C.
Jacob 1832-1685 B.C.
Joseph 1741-1631 B.C.
Moses 1575-1455 B.C.

Jacob entered Egypt at age 130 in 1702 B.C.

Moses great-grandfather Levi 1747-1610 B.C.
Moses grandfather Kohath 1714-1581 B.C.
Amram, Moses father 1674-1537 B.C.

Moses 1575-1455 B.C.

There was only 56 years from Joseph's death to Moses being born. Joseph served Senusret III, Amenemhet III & Amenemhet IV. Moses was born in the reigns of the Thut-Moses.

Joseph = Egyptian 12th dynasty.
Moses = Egyptian 18th dynasty.

Abydos Egyptian kings list shows the 13-17th Egyptian dynasties did not exist; and so does Joseph and Moses.

Aug 20, 2011
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Biblical Outline Egyptian match
by: Ted

6)Hatred of foreigners (Genesis 46:34)(6A)Egyptian king Ahmose drove the Canaanites (who had lived in Egypt since Senusret III reign)out of Egypt in the first Exodus. Ahmose struck Joseph's name from all Egyptian records.

7)Princess (Exodus 2:5-10)(7A)Egyptian princess Hatshepsut saved Moses life.

8)Princess Hatshepsut's father was (8A) Thutmose I who knew not Joseph. (Exodus 1:8) Thutmose I ordered all Hebrew male babies to be killed. (Exodus 1:16)

9)Egyptian gods challenged.The God of Israel shall judge. (Exodus 6:6)God will harden the Pharaoah's heart (Exodus 7:3)(9A)Thutmose III made all captured people's bow before Egyptian gods except for Moses. Thutmose III was the Exodus pharoah.

10)We heard about the miracle at the Red Sea..(Joshua 2:10)(10A)Western Asiatics heard also about the miracle and rebelled against Amenhotep II.

11)A strong east wind blew against the water making sea dry land. (Exodus 14:21)A strong east wind blew over Egypt burying the Sphinx in sand. (11A)Prince Thutmose had a dream if he would clear the sand from the Sphinx he would become the next king of Egypt. He was crowned king Thutmose IV.

12)The sun stood still in the sky for almost 24 hours. (Joshua 10:12)(12A)Egyptian king Amenhotep III declared himself to be a living sun god to impress his people.

Who says the Bible does not match ancient Egyptian history? Only if one takes the time to explore the truth does one find out the Bible is a historically accurate book.

Aug 20, 2011
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Biblical Outline / Egyptian Match
by: Ted

(1)Mankind builds Tower of Babel. (Genesis 11:4)
(1A)Egyptians build Zoser's Step Pyramid.

(2)Lawlessness & plagues (Genesis 12:12-17) Abraham age 75, and Sarah 65 (2A)meet 96 year old Egyptian king Pepi II. Memphis dynasty falls.

(3)Drought (Genesis 21:19 & Genesis 21:25) Hagar finds a well. Abraham disputes the Philistines over a well. (3A)Egyptian king Mentuhotep II has 12 wells dug along Egyptian Nubian trade route.

(4)Warning (Genesis 26:2) God tells Isaac not to enter Egypt after Abraham had died. (4A)Amenemhet I built "Wall of the Ruler" to keep the Canaanites out of Egypt. Senusret I called the
"Throat Sliter of Asiatics" is a good reason for Isaac to stay out of Egypt.

(5)Prosperity Joseph age 17 lived 93 years in Egypt. (Genesis 37:2 & Genesis 50:26) Senusret III 39 yrs.(5A) Amenemhet III 45 yrs. & Amenemhet IV 9 yrs.= 93 yrs. these kings had prospered.

Biblical outline matches Egyptian history pure and simple.

Aug 19, 2011
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Egyptian History Made Easy
by: Jerry

(1)The Egyptians build the Step Pyramid after leaving the Tower of Babel.

(2)Pepi II's death causes civil war in Egypt; in which Mentuhotep II's 39th year the civil war is over.

(3)Amenemhet IV dies in an Egyptian civil war won by Ahmose

(1A)Zoser is Mizraim who built the Step Pyramid.
(2A)Abraham visits Egypt right before a civil war.
(3A)Joseph died and Amenemhet IV dies in an Egyptian civil war.
(4A)Moses born at time Egypt prospers in the Thutmose I-III dynasty.

Aug 08, 2011
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Egypt
by: Lujack Skylark

Egypt is known as Magan in Sumer history. It seems really strange when Akkadian king Naramsin defeats the Egyptian king Manium from Magan. No modern historians will link the Egyptian king Manium to Egyptian king Menkaure, who had tried to complete the last pyramid at Giza before he died.

Naramsin received alabaster vases and quarried stone from Magan (Egypt); and most of the Sumer artifacts related to war found in Egypt should be dated to when Naramsin reigned at Akkad/Accad/ Agade, a Genesis 10:10 city.

The Step Pyramid and nearby temple and Naramsin's war against Egypt meshes Egyptian and Sumerian non-legendary history together.

We actually know, since Naramsin was Sargon, Nimrod's grandson, how close these civilizations were after mankind left the Tower of Babel.

Lagash governor Gudea and Ur-Nammu also had connections with Magan. Why do modern historians keep this a secret?

Jul 16, 2011
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Archaeologist Manfred Bietak
by: REX

Archaeologist Manfred Bietak found a grave with Amenemhet IV, last king of the 12th dynasty, and Ahmose first, king of Egypt's 18th dynasty, artifacts in it.(The Oxford History of Egypt. Ian Shaw. 2000 A.D. p.190)

There were no 13-17th artifacts. This matches what the Abydos Egyptian kings list reveals-no 13-17th Egyptian dynasties.

Canaanite and Syrian pottery could be matched with Egyptian history once the false dynasties are eliminated.

Before Egypt's 18th dynasty-there is a lot of mythical Egyptian history. Egyptian chronology is what other Middle-East nations base their chronology upon.

Eliminate the false Egyptian chronology. Then one can line up the real history of other nations.

May 22, 2011
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Sodom & Shechem
by: Lujack Skylark

Sodom & Shechem hold a key in bringing down Egyptian chronology. Sodom & Shechem prove the next king after Pepi II is Mentuhotep II, just like the Sakkara king's list mentioned.(There was no 7-10 and part of the 11th dynasty)

Abraham lives at the time Sodom exists; Abraham prospered when he had visited Egypt. (Genesis 13:1-2) This was also the time when Sodom was prospering.

Abraham lived 1992-1817 B.C.
Isaac 1892-1712 B.C.
Jacob 1832-1685 B.C.
Joseph 1741-1631 B.C.
Moses 1575-1455 B.C.

Sodom was destroyed in 1893 B.C.; some 20 years after Pepi II had died.

Pepi II 2003-1913 B.C.
Mentuhotep II 1913-1862 B.C.
Mentuhotep III 1862-1850 B.C.
Mentuhotep IV 1850-1843 B.C.
Amenemhet I 1843-1813 B.C.
Senusret I 1813-1777 B.C.
Amenemhet II 1777-1743 B.C.
Senusret II 1743-1724 B.C.
Senusret III 1724-1685 B.C.
Mentuhotep II fits in and the chronology works!

Pepi II had trade with Sodom. Senusret III attacked Shechem after Jacob left for Bethel.
(Genesis 35:1-6) God had terrorized the cities around Shechem; and Senusret III then annexed Canaan.

Shechem was a city when Jacob visited before Jacob and his family went to Egypt.

If we eliminate the 7-10 and part of the 11th Egyptian dynasties, we then can bring down Pepi II's reign to 2003-1913 B.C.

The key in finding out the true chronology is to
eliminate the need to fixate on the stars. Concentrating on what the Egyptian kings actually did opens the door where Egyptian chronology will match Bible chronology.

Joseph lived in the reigns of Senusret III 39 yrs.; Amenemhet III 45 years; and Amenemhet IV 9 yrs. (Oxford History of Egypt Ian Shaw 2000 A.D. the reign of years)


The Bible also states Joseph lived 93 years in Egypt. Joseph entered Egypt age 17; and died at age 110.

Moses lived in the days the Thut-mose kings reigned over Egypt. Joseph is in Egypt's 12th dynasty, and Moses is in Egypt's 18th dynasty showing us the 13-17th dynasties also were fake according to the Abydos Egyptian kings list.

Egyptian historians will continue using Manetho's false chronology even when they know he lied. Still the Egyptian scribes rarely reported the truth.

Exodus 1:8 = A pharaoh arose in Egypt who knew not Joseph. The Egyptian scribes had even struck Joseph's name from their records before Moses was born. This is one reason why the Hebrews are not mentioned in Egyptian records, but the Merneptah
Stele does prove the Hebrews were in Canaan over 200 years after the Exodus.

May 18, 2011
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Salt Flats
by: Anonymous

Salt Flats are found in the Sahara desert. Could this salt be left after Noah's flood? What about the salt found at the bases of the Giza pyramids and the Sphinx? Were the pyramids built on a salt flat? Were the Great pyramids built by the Adamic people before Noah's flood?

Egyptians were such liars about their history. Kings had scribes write about their greatness. They never recorded their military defeats. They purged from their records rulers they did not like and added names of people whom never reigned as kings.


May 15, 2011
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Imhotep
by: Mike

Egyptian priest Imhotep was the chief maker of stone vases. Imhotep served Egyptian king Djoser. Djoser must have been the first Egyptian king since Imhotep was number one in making stone vases. Imhotep designed the first Egyptian pyramid. Step Pyramid was completely a stone pyramid. Imhotep is also noted as being the first medicine man.

Since Imhotep is first Lord of the Treasury, perhaps Imhotep being first in all the major posts,thus marks the beginning of Egypt's true history.

Imhotep may have been born in Sumer. The Step Pyramid is Sumerian in design. Imhotep may have seen the Tower of Babel being built; thus Imhotep may have lived in Nimrod's lifetime.

Imhotep prayed to his god Ptah. Imhotep later was worshiped as a god; like Nimrod who was worshiped, or deified, as Tammuz.



May 14, 2011
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Wadi Maghara
by: REX

Wadi Maghara mines in the Sinai were first used by Egyptian king Djoser. No Egyptian king before Djoser ventured into the Sinai. Egyptian historians place Egyptian history as beginning in 3400 B.C. Egyptian historians would claim for 800 years no Egyptians went mining at Wadi Maghara from legendary Menes reign until Djoser?

Seems strange, for desert rock paintings were supposedly drawn around 3400 B.C., yet Wadi Maghara was not used until Djoser's reign. This means the desert rock paintings were drawn at a later date.

Desert rock paintings showing wildlife in the desert were drawn after the Step Pyramid was constructed.

Ham had four sons: Cush,Mizraim,Libya and Canaan.
Egyptian king Snefru son of Pathrusim (Genesis 10:14)secured Egypt's border with the Nubian Cushites, Libyans and had trade with the Canaanites. The first time all four groups are mentioned together under Snefru's reign.

There was hunting in the desert rock painting areas until Egyptian king Sahure was born when those grasslands turned completely into desert.
Sahure name is derived from Sahara. Sahure reigned over Egypt in Biblical Time from 2108-2094 B.C.

May 14, 2011
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Chinese Chronology
by: Rick

There is a book called "The Discovery of Genesis" by C.H. Kang and Ethel Nielsen stating the Chinese left the Tower of Babel in 2218 B.C.

Noah's flood and the Tower of Babel can be found in Chinese characters proving the accuracy of the Genesis account. Why do historians state Egyptian history goes back to 3400 B.C. when the Chinese left the Tower of Babel in 2218 B.C.?

May 13, 2011
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Climate
by: REX

Martin Claussen World Climate Center Potsdam, Germany stated, "Some 6,000 years ago the Sahara desert was teaming with life (4000 B.C.). The Sahara was a green grassland and 2000 years (2000 B.C.)the Sahara turned into desert".

Adam was created in 4000 B.C. The Global Flood was in 2344 B.C.

Egyptian king Sahure 2108-2094 B.C. (Biblical Chronology) was named after the Sahara desert. He was nurtured under the vulture goddess Nekhbet.

Monsoon rainy season no longer struck North Africa and Sumer. Monsoon shifted eastward.

Sahure's causeway shows starving people entering Egypt. Sumer artisans carve "The Stele of Vultures"

Climate has revealed the correct Egyptian and Sumer chronology. Martin Claussen predicting 2000 B.C. is 95% accurate.



May 12, 2011
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The Gebel-el-Arak knife
by: Lujack Skylark

The Gebel-el-Arak knife is not pre-dynastic. Pictured on the knife is a Sumerian priest king.
It was Akkadian king Naramsin, 2163-2123 B.C. Bible Chronology, who wanted to be worshiped as a god. Naramsin was a priest king.

Naramsin had attacked the Magan nation. Magan is Egypt according to Samuel Noah Kramer (The Sumerians Chicago University Press 1963 edition p.276). The knife is shaped like an n just like the Naramsin Stele is shaped like an n.

Naramsin attacked Egyptian king Menkaure, 2148-2122 B.C. (Biblical Chronology). The last pyramid at Giza Menkaure had started building was completed by Shepseskaf, because Naramsin demanded quarried stones as tribute which left Menkaure's pyramid unfinished before he died.

Naramsin had attacked a king called Manium, which
some Egyptian historians say is legendary Menes.
Naramsin received red granite quarried stones from the Egyptians. Quarried stones were used in
pyramid construction from Djoser's reign forward.

Before Djoser mud bricks were used in construction projects not quarried stones. Manium could not be legendary/mythological Menes.

2243-2187 B.C. Sargon/Nimrod reigned over Sumer. 2187-2178 B.C. Rimush 2178-2163 B.C. Manishtushu 2163-2123 B.C. Naramsin.

2243-2225 B.C. Djoser 2225-2201 B.C. Snefru 2201-2179 B.C. Khufu 2179-2172 B.C. Redejef 2172-2148 B.C. Khafre 2148-2122 B.C. Menkaure 2122-2118 B.C. Shepseskaf 2118-2108 B.C. General Userkaf

Snef-ru son of Path-ru-sim (Genesis 10:14)Sim =
tribe. Man's name is Path-ru who was deified as Ptah. Djoser's priest Imhotep worshipped Ptah.

General Userkaf was Menkaure's son-in-law. User-kaf may have fought in the war against Naramsin.

Egyptians never record the wars they lost. It's in Sumer records we find out about this war. Later, the Hittites will tell us about their wars against Egypt that the Egyptians don't want you to know about.

Apr 30, 2011
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Serpopards
by: Lujack Skylark

Serpopards on the Narmer Palette represents Jiroft, Elamite art.

The Scorpion macehead may have been produced in the days of the Gutium. Akkadians called the Gutium the Scorpions of the Mountain.

The Narmer Palette and the Scorpion macehead are western Asia in design.

Jiroft civilization flourished in the time Egyptian king Sahure reigned over Egypt. This art
is not pre-dynastic.

Apr 30, 2011
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Narmer Palette date
by: Lujack Skylark

Egyptian historians date the Narmer Palette at 3400 B.C. yet king Sahure's pose on one relief at
Wadi Maghara matches the so called king Narmer's pose, revealing an Egyptian king smiting an enemy.

The circle in the Narmer Palette is used as a place for Kohl-eye make up. Sahure had trade with Punt and he obtained perfume, eye make up, gold, silver, greyhounds and monkeys from the Punites.

Archaeologist found the Narmer Palette in the main deposit. The artifact was uncovered between an Old Kingdom and Middle Kingdom temple.

Sahure was a warrior king. Sahure's reign in Bible chronology is 2108-2094 B.C.

Apr 29, 2011
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Biblical Chronology
by: Anonymous

Adam's creation was in 4000 B.C. Noah crashed his ark into mount Ararat 1657 years later, in 2343 B.C. Mankind left the Tower of Babel in 2243 B.C., and 1657 years later in 586 B.C. Solomon's Temple is destroyed.

Math indicates the Egyptian priest Manetho lied about Egyptian history. Biblical chronology lights the true way.

Apr 29, 2011
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Kim
by: REX

Time is always measured whether one uses a calender, clock or watch one is measuring time.

Apr 28, 2011
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Ancient History
by: Kim

Ancient history cannot be measured in Biblical time. Ancient kings have not been mentioned in the Bible. Population charts from Noah's flood are poor estimations.

Apr 28, 2011
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What Research
by: Anonymous

This research proves nothing. What evidence is there to back up the research before Pepi II?

Apr 28, 2011
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Egyptian & Sumer correlated History
by: Lujack Skylark

Egyptian historians admit Egypt had ties with Sumer at the beginning of Egypt's history. Nimrod
(Sargon's)empire would spread to Byblos after he built his 8 cities. Sargon reigned over Sumer 2243-2187 B.C., while Djoser 2243-2225 B.C. built a Sumerian design temple and a Sumerian design Step Pyramid.

Ancient Egyptian stoneware should verify this connection. Snefru 2225-2201 B.C. traded with Byblos before Sargon extended his trade there. Sargon empire extended to Byblos when Khufu 2201-2179 B.C. was building his pyramid at Giza.

Sargon's son Rimush 2187-2178 B.C. is tied down with rebellions in Sumer.

Redejef, 2179-2172 B.C., develops trade with the island of Dilmun in the Persian Gulf, while Sargon's son, Manishtushu 2178-2163 B.C., establishes trade with Ebla, Syria, a city built by Eber in Genesis 10:25.

Khufu's son, Khafre (2172-2148 B.C.), established trade with Ebla, Syria after Manishtushu died. The people of Eber quit paying Akkad tribute. Akkadian king Naramsin 2163-2123 B.C. destroys Ebla,Syria. Naramsin then attacks Egypt's king Menkaure 2148-2122 B.C. called Manium by the Sumerians.

2243 B.C. Peleg is born.
2213 B.C. Reu is born
2181 B.C. Serug is born.
2151 B.C. Nahor is born.
2122 B.C. Terah is born at the time when Naramsin and Menkaure have died.

Sumer, Biblical and Egyptian history perfectly matched.

Apr 28, 2011
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Biblical Verification
by: Lujack Skylark

EGYPT BIBLE SUMER

2243-2225 B.C. Djoser PELEG BORN 2243-2187 Sargon
2225-2201 .... Snefru REU BORN Sargon is Nimrod
2201-2179..... Khufu SERUG BORN 2187-2178 Rimush
2179-2172.....Redejef 2178-2163 Manishtushu
2172-2148......Khafre NAHOR 2163-2123 Naramsin
2148-2122....Menkaure TERAH BORN........2122 B.C.
2122-2118..Shepseskaf Gutium 2123-2032 B.C.
2118-2108.....Userkaf Gutium 2123-2032 B.C.
2108-2094......Sahure Gutium 2123-2032 B.C
2094-2065........Unas Gutium 2123-2032
2065-2052........Teti HARAN BORN........2052..
2052-2003......Pepi I Utu-Khegal.2032-2025.
2003-1913.....Pepi II ABRAHAM BORN......1992.
Abraham is born in Sumer in UR III's dynasty.
UR III dynasty 2025-1917 B.C.

Apr 28, 2011
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World Population chart
by: Rick

The women would have to have 8 children a piece every 15 years to get these results. We can only guess the ancient population chart. Mankind increased in numbers and spread across the face of the earth after they left the Tower of Babel.

This chart seems to be more than the actual figures. Dr. Hawass remarked on his ancient history program only 10,000 Egyptians actually worked on Khufu's pyramid at Giza when the Egyptians were not harvesting their crops. Some 2,000,000 stone blocks moved in 20 years equals 100,000 stone blocks moved every year. 10,000 Egyptians moved 10 blocks a year and 10,000 Egyptians moved 200 blocks each in those 20 years.

2344-2329 B.C. 40 people exist. 8+32=40
2329-2314 B.C. 120 people exist. 40+80=120
2314-2299 B.C. 300 people exist. 120+180=300
2299-2284 B.C. 700 people exist. 300+400=700
2284-2269 B.C. 1,500 people exist.
2269-2254 B.C. 3,000 people exist.
2254-2239 B.C. 6,000 people exist.
2239-2224 B.C. 12,000 people exist.
2224-2209 B.C. 25,000 people exist.
2209-2194 B.C. 50,000 people exist.
2194-2179 B.C. 100,000 people exist.


The Egyptian chronology is hard to master.
100,000 people might exist in 2179 B.C. 10,000 might be Egyptian.

Apr 28, 2011
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World Population chart
by: Rick

The women would have to have 8 children a piece every 15 years to get these results. We can only guess the ancient population chart.Mankind increased in numbers and spread across the face of the earth after mankind left the Tower of Babel. This chart seems to be more than the actual figures. Dr. Hawass remarked on his ancient history program only 10,000 Egyptians actually worked on Khufu's pyramid at Giza when the Egyptians were not harvesting their crops. Some 2,000,000 stone blocks moved in 20 years equals 100,000 stone blocks moved every year. 10,000 Egyptians moved 10 blocks a year and 10,000 Egyptians moved 200 blocks each in those 20 years.

2344-2329 B.C. 40 people exist. 8+32=40
2329-2314 B.C. 120 people exist. 40+80=120
2314-2299 B.C. 300 people exist. 120+180=300
2299-2284 B.C. 700 people exist. 300+400=700
2284-2269 B.C. 1,500 people exist.
2269-2254 B.C. 3,000 people exist.
2254-2239 B.C. 6,000 people exist.
2239-2224 B.C. 12,000 people exist.
2224-2209 B.C. 25,000 people exist.
2209-2194 B.C. 50,000 people exist.
2194-2179 B.C. 100,000 people exist.


The Egyptian chronology is hard to master.
100,000 people might exist in 2179 B.C. 10,000 might be Egyptian.

Apr 28, 2011
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Egyptian & Biblical Chronology
by: Lujack Skylark

Egyptian history started with the Step pyramid.

2243-2225 B.C. Djoser builds the Step Pyramid. Egypt's border is northeast in the Sinai and south bordering Nubia. Step Pyramid and temple is
Sumer in design.

2225-2201 B.C. Sneferu builds three pyramids.
Egypt developes trade with Byblos.

2201-2179 B.C. Khufu builds pyramid at Giza. Khufu collects tribute from the Nubians and Libyans.

2179-2172 B.C. Redejef reigns over Egypt. He developes trade with the island of Dilmun in the Persian Gulf.

2172-2148 B.C. Khafre builds second pyramid at Giza. Khafre developes trade with Ebla, Syria.

2148-2122 B.C. Menkaure builds but does not complete the third pyramid at Giza. His son Shepseskaf completes his pyramid.

Biblical

2243 B.C. Peleg is born. Mankind leaves the Tower of Babel.

2213 B.C. Reu is born.

2181 B.C. Serug is born.

2151 B.C. Nahor is born.

2122 B.C. Terah is born.

Mari tablet map shows Peleg,Reu,Serug,Terah and Haran to be cities in northern Syria.

This is how Egyptian history matches our Bible.

Apr 28, 2011
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World Population
by: Tom

The world population chart is too high. 8 people left Noah's ark. 4 were women.

2344-2329 B.C. 20-40 people exist
2329-2314 B.C. 40-100 people exist
2314-2299 B.C. 100-250 people exist
2299-2284 B.C. 250-625 people exist
2284-2269 B.C. 625-1875............
2269-2254 B.C. 1875-5500............
2254-2239 B.C. 5500-16500...........
2239-2224 B.C. 16500-50000.........
2224-2209 B.C. 50,000-150000........
2209-2194 B.C. 150,000-500,000......
2194-2179 B.C. 500,000-1,000,000....

Greek historian Herodotus is quoted to have said the Great Pyramid at Giza was constructed by using the entire population of Egypt. Some 100,000 people worked on his pyramid.

Khufu 2201-2179 B.C. population was 1/10th of the world's population some 100,000 people.

Apr 27, 2011
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World population
by: Anonymous

In Ancient times girls married at ages 14-15. Here is the world population chart after humanity leaves Noah's Ark.

2344-2329 B.C. 20-40 people exist.
2329-2314 B.C. 60-120
2314-2299 B.C. 240-480
2299-2284 B.C. 1000-2000
2284-2269 B.C. 4000-8000
2269-2254 B.C. 16000-32000
2254-2239 B.C. 64000-128000
2239-2224 B.C. 260000-520000
2224-2209 B.C. 1000000-2000000
2209-2194 B.C. 4000000-8000000
2194-2179 B.C. 16000000-32000000

Egyptians equal 7 out of 70 tribes in Genesis chapter 10. Egyptians are 10% of the world's population. 1,600,000-3,200,000 people. Minus
400,000-800,000 deaths = 1,200,000-2,400,000 left at time when Khufu's reign had ended.

Pharaoh Khufu 2201-2179 B.C. had 100,000 Egyptian laborers work on his pyramid.

Pharoah Djoser 2243-2225 B.C. Egyptian population is almost 100,000 people. Some 10,000 people may have worked on the Step Pyramid.

Apr 27, 2011
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Egyptian Chronology
by: Lujack Skylark

What happened when Menkaure died?

2122-2118 B.C.
Shepseskaf completed Menkaure's pyramid. Naramsin was dead. A Sumer poem stated the Gutium brought down Naramsin's empire. Egypt no longer paid the Sumer empire tribute. Shepseskaf was assassinated by the Egyptian priesthood.

2118-2108 B.C.General Userkaf was Menkaure's son-in-law. His temple cup was found in Cythera, Greece.

2108-2094 B.C. General Sahure son of Userkaf has trade relations with Punt,Byblos,the Greeks and Troy II. Naramsin once had trade with the city Talhatum in Asia-Minor. Now since Naramsin is no longer alive, Sahure has trade with Asia-Minor. Sahure is quite wealthy. Starving desert tribes attack Egypt according to bas relief in Sahure's causeway. Unas has same scene in his causeway. I believe Unas follows Sahure in this chronology. Unas also fought desert tribes, claiming his victory came from his god, Atum.

The 5th dynasty kings list was written by 12th dynasty kings hundreds of years after the events had taken place.

2094-2065 B.C. Unas reigns over Egypt; Unas develops trade with the temple of Barbar in the Persian Gulf.

2065-2052 B.C. Unas son-in-law Teti has trade with Gutium governor Gudea who reigns over Lagash.

2122 B.C. Terah was born.
2052 B.C. Haran was born. This is the history listed here from this time period.

Apr 27, 2011
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Bible Chronology
by: Lujack Skylark

Genesis 11:26
Terah, age 70, begat Abraham, Nahor and Haran. Abraham was listed first in importance,
not birth order. Terah was 205 (Genesis 11:32) and Abraham was 75.(Genesis 12:4)Abraham was born when Terah was 130 years old. Haran was the oldest son, having the city Haran named after him.

2243 B.C. Peleg is born.
2213 B.C. Reu
2181 B.C. Serug
2151 B.C. Nahor
2122 B.C. Terah
2052 B.C. Haran
1992 B.C. Abraham is born.
1925 B.C. Haran, age 127, dies some 430 years before the Exodus.

Abraham's family then moves to Haran.

1917 B.C. Terah dies. Abraham is 75 years old. 1892 B.C. Isaac is born.
1832 B.C. Jacob and Esau are born.
1741 B.C. Joseph is born. Joseph dies in 1631 B.C.
Moses lives 1575-1455 B.C. The Exodus is 430 years after Haran has died. The 430 years were spent in Haran, Canaan, then Egypt before the Exodus took place in 1495 B.C.

2243 B.C. Mankind left the Tower of Babel to build nations. The Egyptian pyramids were built after mankind left Babel; the Egyptian pyramids were built after Noah's flood.

2163-2123 B.C. Naramsin reigns over the Genesis 10:10 city of Akkad/Accad/Agade.(The Sumerians. Samuel Noah Kramer 1963 p.276) Naramsin fights
Magan's king Manium, who actually is Menkaure, 2148-2122 B.C., who doesn't complete his pyramid before his death. The reason being, Naramsin brought back quarried stones Menkaure used for pyramid construction.

Most Egyptian historians believe it was legendary Menes, a mythical figure, who was attacked. Sumer and Biblical chronology shows us Manium is Menkaure, who began building yet did not complete his pyramid at Giza before his death.Shepseskaf
completed Menkaure's pyramid at Giza.

Egyptians did not record this war; Egyptians don't record wars they do not win. Artifacts from Sumer found in Egypt are not pre-dynastic, as Egyptian historians want us to believe. Somehow I believe these artifacts are related to this war.


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Biblical Chronology
by: John Blakley

The Amorite king Hammurabi destroyed the city of Mari. Mari's library contained over 20,000 clay tablets. These tablets hardened in the fire.

Five tablets can be identified with the Bible. One tablet shows a map with the cities of Peleg, Reu, Serug, Nahor, Terah and Haran on it. These are the cities built after mankind left Babel. These names are found in Genesis 11:17-32.

Apr 26, 2011
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Egypt was called Magan
by: REX

Egypt was called Magan by the Sumerians. (The Sumerians. Samuel Noah Kramer. Chicago University Press. 1963 p.276)

The Gutium governor of Lagash Gudea 2063-2042 B.C. obtained diorite to build his statues from Egyptian king Teti 2065-2052 B.C. and Pepi I 2052-2003 B.C.

Gudea and Pepi I also had trade with the rebuilt city of Ebla, Syria the city destroyed by Akkadian king Naramsin who reigned over Akkad 2163-2123 B.C.

Apr 26, 2011
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Jack Brown
by: REX

Jack, we are just on a quest for the truth.Sumer, Biblical and Egyptian history coming together for the first time in history.

Moses gave us Biblical chronology. We discover Moses gave us an accurate chronology.

Apr 26, 2011
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Ancient History
by: REX

2052-2003 B.C. Pepi I(Bible chronology)reigned over Egypt. Archaeologist found a statue of his son Pepi II sitting on his mother's knee.

2025-2007 B.C. Ur-Nammu (Bible chronology) Ur's king has a dream before going to battle. Ur-Nammu dreams he will be killed and his son will never again sit on his knee. Ur-Nammu dynasty 2025-1917 B.C.

Pepi I had a copper statue made in his image; Ur-Nammu had a copper statuette made in his image.

1992-1817 B.C. Abraham was born in Ur-Nammu's son reign in prosperous times. Abraham leaves UR in 1925 B.C. some 430 years before the Exodus.

Interesting how people have so little interest in history, yet believe the Bible is mythology.

2003-1913 B.C. Pepi II had a prosperous trade relationship with Abraham's UR.


Apr 26, 2011
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Egyptian Chronology
by: Tom

(1)Egyptian chronology is flawed. May I suggest, look closely at queen Sobekneferu. She dressed like a man. Queen Hatshepsut would dress like a man. She was the granddaughter of king Ahmose; she most likely reigned a little less than a century from queen Sobekneferu.

(2)Seqenenre's head wounds shows one blow where he was stricken by an axe. Ahmose mother was buried with a Minoan axe. Queen Sobekneferu's brother, Amenemhet IV, had good trade relations with the Minoans. Seqenenre might have slain Amenemhet IV. Seqenenre was then slain.

(3)Chronicle of the Pharaohs by Peter Clayton we uncover on pages 99-100 Kamose had a three year reign before being killed. Queen Sobekneferu had a three year reign. Kamose might have been slain before or about the same time queen Sobekneferu disappears from Egyptian history.

(4)Seqenenre and Kamose might have been killed in the same three years revolting against queen Sobekneferu.

(5) We know Seqenenre was not awaken by a hippo roaring some 500 miles away. (pages 95-96) This is a myth which tries to hide the fact on how the 12th dynasty queen Sobeknefru's reign had ended. The hippo roar did not cause the war.

(6)We know Ahmose hated foreigners. He won the war against the Canaanites whom had been in Egypt in great numbers since Senusret III's reign.

(7)Ahmose hated the Amenemhet and Senusret kings for Senusret III confiscated all the nomarch's lands leaving the Thebeans powerless. Genesis 47:20 Joseph bought all the land for the pharaoh except the priest's land. Genesis 47:22. Ahmose promised his people land if they fought in his army.

8)We know Ahmose entered Heliopolis, Egypt. He hated foreigners. Ahmose would destroy all records of Joseph being governor of Egypt. Ahmose drove the Canaanite/Hyksos out of Egypt and Shuruhen, Canaan some five years before he died.

9)We suspect this is the reason the 13-17th Egyptian dynasties don't really exist. The 13th dynasty is much like the 12th says Egyptian historians. Why? The few artifacts are from the 12th dynasty.

(10) Should we believe a hippo started the war after the 12th dynasty we will never find the truth the Bible chronology is accurate. The war was revenge for Amenemhet I had slain Thebean Mentuhotep IV then Thebean Ahmose or his Thebean relatives slay Amenemhet IV.

Apr 26, 2011
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What Really Happened part 3
by: Lujack Skylark

Modern Egyptian historians keep Egyptian history a mystery. They plot the stars trying to pinpoint certain Egyptian dynasties. The stars are not the answer, as we witness. Check the biography of the kings. If there is no history behind a king's name-the king most likely did not exist.

Sumer non-legendary history:
0-56 yrs. Sargon/ Nimrod
56-65 yrs. Rimush Sargon's son.
65-80 yrs. Manishtushu Sargon's son.
80-120 yrs. Naramsin Sargon's grandson. Sumer poem reveals the Gutium brought down Naramsin's reign. The Gutium reign 120-211 yrs. in the history of nations.
211-218 yrs. Utu-Khegal reigned.
218-326 yrs. Ur-Nammu dynasty at UR. (Sir Leonard Wooley gives us the 91 yrs. for the Gutium 7 yrs. for Utu-Khegal and
108 yrs. for UR III)

Biblical history:
0 yr. Peleg is born. Mankind flees from the Tower of Babel.
30 yrs. Reu is born.
62 years in the history of nations Serug is born. 92 years Nahor is born.
121 years Terah is born. Terah lives 121-326 yrs. in the history of nations.

Sumer history matches Biblical chronology. Abraham was 75 when his father was 205. Genesis 12:4 & 11:32. Abraham was born in the 251st yr. of nations in the UR-Nammu dynasty.

Ancient history really does match Biblical chronology. Since Sumer history matches the Bible chronology and Egyptian chronology does not - it must have been the Egyptians who lied about their history.

Apr 26, 2011
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What Really Happened part 2
by: Lujack Skylark

1685-1640 B.C. Amenemhet III builds a Labyrinth
Egyptians visiting island of Crete (the Minoans)
saw the Minoan Labyrinth and decided to build one themselves. Amenemhet III completes Bahr Yousef (Joseph's canal)

1640-1631 B.C. Amenemhet IV continues mining operations in the Sinai like his father Amenemhet III.Minoans prosper at Avaris. He mysteriously disappears from history.Joseph lived 1741-1631 B.C. Amenemhet IV dies a few months after Joseph.

1631-1628 B.C. Queen Sobekneferu mysteriously disappears from history.

Abydos kings list states the next king after Amenemhet IV is Ahmose.

1628-1603 B.C. Ahmose reigns. A Minoan sword was found in Ahmose's mother grave.
1608 B.C. Ahmose attacks the Canaanites at Avaris living there since 1702 B.C.
1608 B.C. Ahmose drives them out of Egypt. Ahmose attacks Sharuhen,Canaan and wins victory against the Canaanites.

1603-1582 B.C. Amenhotep I name AMENemhet & Mentu-HOTEP for Egypt 2 previous dynasties. Amenhotep I tried establishing a new Egyptian calender.

1646-1626 B.C. Amorite Babylonian king Ammi-Saduqa worshipped the sun, moon and stars tried establishing a new Babylonian measure of time.

1582-1495 B.C. Thutmose I-Thutmose III. Ahmose destroyed all records of Joseph at Heliopolis, Egypt. (Biblical On)Thutmose I was the Exodus 1:8 pharaoh who knew not Joseph. Thutmose I as well as Thutmose III's armies would battle to the Euphrates river. Thutmose I was the pharaoh who gave the ordered that Hebrew male babies should be killed. Princess Hatshepsut is the princess who saved Moses life. Pumice was last used in Thutmose III artifacts;the Minoans are no longer mentioned in Egypt. There was a darkness which could be felt. (Exodus 10:21)The island of Thera had exploded. Thutmose III was the Exodus pharaoh.

Apr 26, 2011
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What Really Happened part 1
by: Lujack Skylark

Abraham was 75 and Sarah was 65 years old when they entered Egypt during Pepi II's reign. The Egyptian king was 96 years old. Pepi II saw Sarah's beauty. Pepi II took Sarah into his palace and God plagued Pepi II. (Genesis 12:17)

Pepi II reigned 2003-1913 B.C. Abraham left Egypt quite wealthy. (Genesis 13:1-2)Pepi II dies at age 100. The Memphis dynasty falls as civil war follows.

Mentuhotep II, 1913-1862 B.C., ends the civil war in 1874 B.C., in his 39th year. There had been famine in the land; there were disputes over water, so Mentuhotep II had 12 wells dug along the Egyptian Nubian trade route to end the dispute.

Abraham had a dispute with the Philistines over a well. (Genesis 21:25)

Mentuhotep III, 1862-1850 B.C., reopens the trade route to Punt, which had closed when Pepi II had died.

Mentuhotep IV 1850-1843 B.C. was a usurper with
so little history. He is slain by Amenemhet I.

Amenemhet I, 1843-1813 B.C., builds a Wall of the Ruler to keep out the Canaanites. Abraham dies in 1817 B.C.

Abraham's lifetime 1992-1817 B.C.

Senusret I, 1813-1777 B.C., was called the "Throat Slitter of Asiatics", and was the reason God told Isaac not to enter Egypt. (Genesis 26:2)

Amenemhet II 1777-1743 B.C.
The Minoans arrive in Egypt during Amenemhet II's 28th year in 1749 B.C. They bring him the Tod treasure.

Senusret II 1743-1724 B.C.
The Minoans laborers build Senusret II a temple at Luhun, Egypt.

Senusret III, 1724-1685 B.C., attacks Shechem, Canaan after Jacob leaves Shechem for Bethel.
(Genesis 35:1-6)

Isaac lifetime 1892-1712 B.C.
Senusret III annexes Canaan. (Genesis 47:13-17)
Joseph becomes governor of Egypt. Jacob enters Egypt 1702 B.C. at age 130. (Genesis 47:9)Senusret III gives Joseph his ring and places a gold necklace around his neck. (Genesis 41:42)

Hyksos/Canaanites also enter Egypt in 1702 B.C.
They live in Avaris Egypt and settle among the Minoans living there.

Apr 24, 2011
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Dynasties
by: Tessa

The further one goes back in time before the 18th dynasty, the further one is confused. A dynasty is suppose to represent blood kin ties over each generation and Manetho's 1-3, 7-10 and partial 11th dynasties plus 13-17 dynasties are a mere kings list. Egyptian historians still cannot tell us how most of these kings are related. So many kings having no history.

The Bible will tell us: Peleg was Eber's son, Reu was Peleg's son, Serug was Reu's son Nahor was Serug's son, Terah was Nahor's son, Abraham was Terah's son etc. This is a true dynasty!

Apr 24, 2011
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Error
by: REX

They wanted all the land back Joseph had obtained FOR the pharaoh. (Senusret III)

Apr 24, 2011
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Hyksos kings
by: REX

There were no Hyksos kings in Egypt only Joseph was the lone governor who held power. The Hyksos/Canaanites settled peacefully in Egypt trading their horses for bread entering Egypt in 1702 B.C. as Jacob age 130 entered Egypt 1702 B.C. in the second year of famine. (Genesis 47:13-18)& (Genesis 47:9)

There were horses in Egypt during the reign of Senusret III when Joseph and his family later arrived in Egypt. A horse skeleton was found under the ramparts of the fortress at Buhen (Nubia)in 1959 A.D. dated to Senusret III's reign.

Correct Egyptian chronology:

1724-1685 B.C. Senusret III
1685-1640 B.C. Amenemhet III
1640-1631 B.C. Amenemhet IV
1631-1628 B.C. Queen Sebekneferu
1628-1603 B.C. Ahmose

1702-1608 B.C. The Canaanites in Egypt live peacefully. Thebean Seqenenre Tao, Kamose are killed at the start of the war with the Canaanites
and Ahmose survives breaking the Hyksos/Amorite power some five years before his reign ends.

Egyptian historians go with the myth that a hippo in Egypt's delta roared waking up the king of Thebes some 500 miles away claiming this is what caused Egypt's civil war.

Seems this war was started by Ahmose and his family. They wanted the prosperous foreigners out of Egypt. They wanted land that Joseph had collected from Senusret III back. (Genesis 47:20)Ahmose promised land to all the soldiers who fought in his army.

The Canaanite/Hyksos were the 1st Exodus and Moses later lead a second Exodus out of Egypt.

Ahmose destroyed all records of Joseph being an Egyptian governor when Ahmose troops bypassed Memphis for Heliopolis, Egypt (Biblical On)on their way to fight the Canaanites at Avaris, Egypt. (Genesis 41:45)

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