Ancient Egyptian King Lists & Moses

by Rex

Egyptian historians profess Egyptian history can be traced back all the way to 3400 B.C. yet when we compare each Egyptian king lists Abydos, Karnak, Sakkara and Turin plus the Palermo Stone we get a different picture on ancient Egyptian history. Perhaps the Bible is the Rosetta Stone and the key to unlocking Egyptian history which is shorter than one might imagine.

We have mankind's orgins in Sumer/Shinar building the Tower of Babel; we notice the Egyptians erecting their Step Pyramid in Sumer design in Zoser's reign. Then there is Abraham age 75 visiting a corruptable old Egyptian king Pepi II. There is drought in the Middle-East, where Abraham fights over a well, and Hagar discovers a well at this critical time when Mentuhotep II has wells dug along the Nubian and Egyptian trade route.

We have God telling Isaac not to enter Egypt when the "Throat Sliter of Asiatics" Senusret I reigns.

Joseph made the Egyptian kings: Senusret III, Amenemhet III and Amenemhet IV prosper. It was pharaoh Ahmose who struck Joseph's name from all Egyptian records, while it was Thutmose I who slew Hebrew male babies and princess Hatshepsut was the one who saved Moses life.

The pharaoh forcing all to bow down before Egyptian gods except Moses was pharaoh Thutmose III the Exodus pharaoh.

One can forget about all those long Egyptian king lists and zero in on what these few Egyptian kings did and one will discover the Bible is one amazing accurate book.

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Jun 13, 2012
Iron Chariots
by: Anonymous

Iron chariots are mentioned in Judges 1:19 as reason the Hebrews could not expel their enemies in the valley.

The time frame is when Othniel was judge over Israel in Judges 3.

It was Mitanni king Tushratta Cushan-Rishathaim of Judges 3:8 elite warriors called the Maryanna were clothed along with their horses in iron scale armor and they drove iron chariots who occupied Israel for 8 years.

Othniel reigned as judge 1418-1378 B.C. (Biblical Chronology Time)


Tushratta's actual reign was 1440-1406 B.C. (BCT) using Judges chronology.

Jun 04, 2012
by: Tom

Notice all ancient civilizations temples were ziggurats (square) in design throughout the Middle-East and across the world. Common orign: The square Tower of Babel built before humanity scattered across our world. (Genesis 11:1-9)

The Italian artists drew the Tower of Babel as round like the Tower of Pisa. The idea came from a Babylonian Tower built at a later date.

Egypt's first pyramid was square. The Step Pyramid was known as "the Stairway to Heaven". It was designed by Imhotep, so they say. Did Imhotep really come up with the design? Imhotep must have lived at Babel, the (Genesis 10:10) city while the Tower was being built.

Imhotep living at Babel means Mizraim (Genesis 10:6 & Genesis 10:13) also lived at Babel. All mankind worked on the Tower, including Egyptians before they went away from the city and Tower to build the Step Pyramid.

Mizraim is likely Zoser Imhotep's king and Imhotep's god Ptah is likely the deified Path-ru-(sim=tribe the man's name is Path-ru)of (Genesis 10:14) Mizraim is Nimrod's uncle, for Mizraim's brother was Cush. (Genesis 10:6)

Path-ru's son is likely Snef-ru who built three pyramids across Egypt and Snef-ru's son is Khufu who built the Great Pyramid at Giza which was not square shaped.

Modern Egyptian historians lead people to believe legendary king Menes who reigned some 800 years earlier than Zoser was Egypt's first king. Menes built no pyramids.

Wouldn't the Egyptians having worked on the Sumerian Tower of Babel ziggurat have built the Step Pyramid upon their arrival in Egypt from Sumer? It would not take 800 years to figure out how to build a pyramid. This means Zoser was the first king of Egypt according to the Biblical connection with the Tower of Babel.

Jun 02, 2012
Apepi I
by: Lujack Skylark

It was Hyksos Canaanite chieftain Apepi I whose army had slain Nubian rebels Seqenenre Tao and Kamose. It was the Nubian Ahmose who defeated the Hyksos leader Apepi II or Khamudi at Sharuhen Canaan with his Kerma Nubian army.

Its amazing how the ancient Egyptian historians tried to hide real history. It was only 85 years after Senusret III's 8th year when he restricted Nubian immigration and the Nubians lost their independence, the Nubians revolted against the Amenemhet/Senusret dynasty.

Both queen Sobekneferu and Nubian Kamose had only three years reign 85-88 years. The Turin papyrus states the Hyksos were powerful for 108 years and 88 - 108th year - Ahmose 20th year with a Kerma Nubian army defeated the Hyksos Canaanites at Sharuhen, Canaan for a perfect 108 yr. old match.

Nubian historical connection reveals new truths.
The Canaanite Hyksos had replaced Nubian involvement in Egypt for 108 years.

Jun 02, 2012
The Nubians
by: Anonymous

Egyptian pharoah Senusret III's 8th year, he forbade Nubian slaves from enterning Egypt. For Senusret III's 31 more years, Amenemhet III 45 years and Amenemhet IV's 9 years = 85 years Nubia
was not independent of Egypt.

Nubian Seqenenre Tao revolted against Egypt; he and Amenemhet IV were killed in the 85th year.
Egyptian queen Sobekneferu 85-88 years went to war against Tao's Nubian son Kamose. Both were killed in the 88th year.

From Senusret III's 8th year to the end of Queen Sobekneferu we have 88 years in which the Egyptians did accept Canaanite/Hyksos slaves. Canaanite/Hyksos chieftain at Avaris was reigning when queen Sobekneferu had died. The Canaanites had slain both Tao and Kamose.

Thebean Ahmose son of Tao in his 20th year-some 108 years the Hyksos had lived at Avaris defeated the Canaanite Hyksos at Sharuhen, Canaan.

We see the king Senusret III had stopped Nubian immigration into Egypt and he allowed Canaanites in record numbers to settle in his land. The Canaanite Hyksos were loyal to the Egyptian government. Joseph was from Canaan and Joseph was a loyal member of the Egyptian government and when Joseph died, Amenemhet IV died a few months afterwards.

The 12th dynasty ended with Amenemhet IV and the 18th dynasty began with Nubian Ahmose. Doesn't the Abydos Egyptian kings list reveal the next king to reign after Amenemhet IV is Ahmose?

Jun 02, 2012
After Amenemhet IV to Ahmose
by: Anonymous

Chronicle of the Pharaohs by Peter A. Clayton Thames & Hudson 1994 p. 90-97.

The author states there are few monuments dating from the 13th dynasty; the 14th dynasty was very short, however the 15th dynasty Hyksos/Canaanite chieftain/kings scarabs were found for Sheshi, Khyan and Apepi I.

The so-called 16th dynasty existed under the authority of the Hyksos and the 17th dynasty Seqenenre Tao and Kamose challenged Hyksos rule.

The 15th, 16 and 17th dynasties all began at the same time.

The Abydos Egyptian kings list lists after Amenemhet IV of the 12th dynasty; Ahmose of the 18th dynasty arises. How is this true?

The 13th dynasty few monuments were actually created in the 12th dynasty. The 10 kings mentioned were actually nomarch's who lost their power in Senusret III's reign, when Joseph bought all the land for the pharaoh. (Genesis 47:20)

The 14th dynasty was controlled by the same factors as the 13th dynasty. Jacob entered Egypt in 1702 B.C. All the land of Egypt was controlled by pharaoh Senusret III except for the priest's land. (Genesis 47:20-22)

The 15th dynasty (Senusret III,Amenemhet III & Amenemhet IV reign 1724-1631 B.C. 12th dynasty) Hyksos/Canaanites Sheshi, Yakubher, Khyan,Apepi I, Apepi II or Khamudi reigned at Avaris 1702-1608 B.C. of the 15th dynasty.

The 16th dynasty is controlled by the Hyksos starting in 1702 B.C.

The 17th dynasty begins in 1702 B.C. Thebean Seqenenre Tao starts civil war in Egypt when Joseph dies in 1631 B.C. and Amenemhet IV is assassinated right after Joseph dies at age 110.

Tao is killed in 1631 B.C. and his son Kamose continues the rebellion 1631-1628 B.C. Queen Sobekneferu 1631-1628 B.C. forces fight Kamose and both are killed. Canaanite Hyksos king of Avaris loyal to the 12th dynasty queen reigned at Avaris 1660-1619 B.C.

The 18th dynasty begins with 10 year old Ahmose whose father Tao and brother Kamose had been killed in the civil war. Ancient Egyptian historians had given a children's story about how this war started by a hippo's roar in Thebes waking up Apepi I some 500 miles away in Avaris.
This was to hide the fact the Thebeans had destroyed the prosperous Amenemhet/Senusret dynasty.

Ahmose 1628-1603 B.C. defeats the Canaanite/ Hyksos in 1608 B.C. at Sharuhen,Canaan after he had defeated Egyptian general Tetian whom the victors whom write the history say was a traitor. Ahmose gives away land to the Egyptians whom fought in his army getting even with Senusret III who had obtained all Egyptian land some 94 years earlier.

Jun 01, 2012
After Pepi II to Mentuhotep I
by: Anonymous

Chronicles of the Pharoahs by Peter A. Clayton
mentions on p.70-73 (1994 A.D. Thames and Hudson) admitted after Pepi II died the Egyptian government was fragmented and the 7th dynasty was a dream of the ancient historians. The 8th dynasty was short lived, estimated at some 20 years but kings listed left little evidence.

The 9th dynasty was established perhaps by Meryibre Khety. The king probably of the later 9/10th dynasty was Nebkaure Akhtoy. Peter Clayton then lists Mentuhotep II as Mentuhotep I.

The Sakkara Egyptian kings list lists after Pepi II died the next king was Mentuhotep II. There were no great Egyptian monuments built from after Pepi II died until Mentuhotep II. The Egyptian king Mentuhotep II had brought down the House of Khety before he reunited Egypt.

You can see most names listed as kings from the 7th-10th and part of the 11th Egyptian dynasties did not exist. Egyptian historians try to give credit to probably reigning kings whom never actually existed.

Pepi II's death actually caused a civil war Egyptian ancient historians tried covering up, yet Mentuhotep II was the actual king to arise to power after Pepi II died since he defeated all challengers to Pepi II's throne. Mentuhotep II had actually defeated the Egyptian nomarch's fighting for kingship after Pepi II had died.

Ancient Egyptian chronology is the base for all other Middle-East nation chronologies, so when the Egyptians lie, the lie tosses aside the real ancient history of the Middle-East.

May 31, 2012
Biblical, Egyptian & Sumer Chronology Match
by: Lujack Skylark

Our Bible is a historically accurate book. Mankind scattered from Babel (Genesis 10:10 city). Peleg was born 0 year when humanity fled the Tower of Babel.

Peleg born 0 year; Reu born 30th year; Serug born 62nd year; Nahor born 92nd year; Terah born 121st year in the history of nations. (Genesis 11:18-24)

Terah lived 121-326 years. (Genesis 11:32)

Sumer history begins with the city of Agade/Akkad
/Accad (Genesis 10:10) Sargon/Nimrod reigned 0-56 years; Rimush reigned 56-65 years; Manishtushu reigned 65-80 years; Naramsin reigned 80-120 years. Gutium take down Naramsin reigning 120-211 years.

Utu-Khegal from the Genesis 10:10 city of Erech reigns 211-218 years in the history of nations & Abraham's UR existed 218-326 years.

Egyptian history: Zoser 0-19 years; Snefru 19-43 years; Khufu 43-66 years; Redejef 66-73 years; Khafru 73-97 years; Menkaure 97-123 years; Shepseskaf 123-127 years; Userkaf 127-134 years; Sahure 134-146 years; Unas 146-175 years; Teti 175-187 years; Pepi I 187-236 years; Pepi II 236-330

Egyptian nomarch's: Neferirkare 134-144; Shepseskare 144-151; Neferrefre 151-158; Niuserre 158-189; Menkauhor 189-197; Djedkare 197-236
Abraham lived 251-326 years in the history of nations. He was 75 when his father Terah was 205. (Genesis 11:32 & Genesis 12:4)

Abraham's older brother Haran, born 191st year, died the 318th in the history of nations at age 127, some 430 years before the Exodus. Abraham & family left UR only 8 years before the Elamites destroyed the city, while they lived safely in Haran. (Genesis 11:31-32)

May 30, 2012
Ancient Egypt (part four)
by: Tom

Thebean king Ahmose fought Egyptian general
Tetian before moving against Canaanite Hyksos chieftain Apepi II or Khamudi. Ahmose destroyed all records of Joseph at Biblical On (Heliopolis)
(Genesis 41:45) A pharaoh arose who knew not Joseph. (Exodus 1:8) Ahmose reintroduced Thebean art styles in Egypt patterned after the Thebean Mentuhotep's. Hyksos were defeated at Sharuhen, Canaan driven from Egypt in the first Exodus.

Amenhotep I name composite for AMENemhet and MentuHOTEP the two real previous dynasties.
Amenhotep I is interested in calenders produced in the Amenemhet/Senusret dynasty. He may have wanted to research the truth about the Hyksos.
Minoans make up part of the mixed crowd in Egypt's delta. (Exodus 12:38)

Thutmose I knew not Joseph. (Exodus 1:8) He was the slayer of Hebrew male babies. Thutmose I conquered the Middle-East to the river Euphrates but feared the growing Hebrew population might revolt. (Exodus 1:15-16)

Queen Hatshepsut was the princess who saved infant Moses. (Exodus 2:5-10) She taught Moses all the ways of the Egyptians. (Acts 7:22)

Thutmose II was quite sickly. Queen Hatshepsut actually ruled for him.

Thutmose III was the Exodus pharaoh. Amenhotep III receives the Tel-Amarna letters stating the Haribu/Habiru (Hebrews) had invaded Canaan some 40 years after Thutmose III died. Bible chronology (1 Kings 6:1) reveals Thutmose III is the Exodus pharaoh.

Pumice from the Minoan island of Thera was no longer used after Thutmose III's reign,since he was the Exodus pharaoh and the island blew up in the 9th plague. The darkness which can be felt is ash. (Exodus 10:21-22)

May 30, 2012
Ancient Egypt (part 3)
by: Tom

Joseph entered Egypt as Egyptians mourned Egyptian king Senusret II's death. Senusret III's new administration Potiphar the captain of the guard for his king bought Joseph age 17 from the Ishmaelites. (Genesis 37:2 & Genesis 39:1-2)

Joseph age 17 entered Egypt and Joseph lived in Egypt 93 years. Joseph died at age 110. (Genesis 50:26)

Senusret III reign = 39 years + Amenemhet III's reign = 45 years + Amenemhet IV reign = 9 years = 93 years. Joseph brought prosperity to all three Egyptian kings.

Senusret III entered Canaan soon after Jacob and his family left for Bethel. (Genesis 35:1-6) Senusret III fought a brief skirmish with the Amorites and then annexed Canaan. Joseph worked with both the economies of Canaan and Egypt. (Genesis 47:13-17)

Joseph bought all the land from the Egyptian people for the pharaoh. (Genesis 47:20) Senusret III broke the power land owning nomarch's power. The Thebeans resented foreigner Joseph for helping their king acquire their land. Shortly after Joseph died there was rebellion in Egypt.

The Canaanite/Hyksos leader Sheshi brought his people to Avaris and exchanged horses for bread. (Genesis 47:17) The Canaanites also did not destroy Egyptian temples for the king and Joseph kept the priest lands secured. (Genesis 47:22)

Amenemhet III's reign he completes Bahr Yusuf (Joseph's canal) with the help from Babylonian slaves sold to Egypt during Amorite/Babylonian king Ammi-ditana's reign. Amenemhet III builds a Labyrinth pattern after the Minoan Labyrinth on the island of Crete.

Amenemhet IV mysterious dies a few months after Joseph had died. It was Egyptian Thebean king Ahmose who appears on the Abydos Egyptian kings list after Amenemhet IV's name.

Thebean rebel Seqenenre Tao Ahmose father brought about this rebellion. The war is mentioned in a child's story about a hippo's roar in Thebes waking up Hyksos/Canaanite chieftain Apepi I some 500 miles away. The child's tale was to cover up the fact Ahmose family had brought down Egypt's prosperous Amenemhet/Senusret dynasty. Ahmose wins the war against the Canaanites and this child's story appears in Egyptian history to cover up the facts.

May 29, 2012
Ancient Egypt (part two)
by: Tom

Egyptian king Pepi I, son of Teti, expands Egyptian influence in south and eastern Africa acquiring some 50,000 Cushites to fight the Amorites in Canaan. First time Cushites were fighting alongside Egyptians. The Canaanites, after five major wars, are defeated. The nomarch Djedkare-Isesi had his servants explore central Africa and they brought a pygmy back to Egypt.

Egyptian king Pepi II, son of Pepi I, arrives on the Egyptian throne at age six. His servants bring him a pygmy from central Africa. Pepi II fell in love with one of his generals who had patrolled southern Canaan in the region of Sodom. Pepi II became Egypt's first bi-sexual king. Pepi II had honey smeared over his male and female naked slaves to keep the flies off him.

Abraham visited Egypt when Pepi II reigned there. Abraham was 75 years old and Sarah was 65 years old when old Pepi II was 96 years old. God plagued Egypt. (Genesis 12:17) Pepi II would die some four years after Abraham and Sarah visited Egypt. The Memphis dynasty would fall, and Sodom and Gomorrah are destroyed by God some 20 years later.

Following the Sakkara Egyptian kings list, the next king following Pepi II is Mentuhotep II.
The House of Khety at Herakleopolis fought Mentuhotep II's government at Thebes. There was starvation in Egypt. Egyptian parents were eating their own children as Egypt continued to be plagued until Mentuhotep II won victory over the House of Khety in his 39th year of reign.

Hagar found a well, and Abraham had a dispute over a well. (Genesis 21:19 & Genesis 21:25) There had been a drought in the Middle-East. Mentuhotep II had 12 wells dug along the Egyptian and Nubian trade route during this time in world history.

Egyptian king Mentuhotep III son of Mentuhotep II re-opens trade with Punt.

Egyptian Thebean king Mentuhotep IV was a usurper He was slain by Amenemhet I. The Egyptian hidden history. Thebean Ahmose's family would later slay Amenememhet IV some 212 years later.

Amenemhet I constructed the "Walls of the Ruler" to keep the Canaanites out of Egypt. Abraham dies not long after the wall is completed.

Senusret I called the "Throat Slitter of Asiatics" is Amenemhet I's son. God tells Isaac not to enter Egypt. (Genesis 26:2) Also the Hekanakhte papers, written by a rich Egyptian farmer, reveals there was famine late in Senusret I's reign.

Amenemhet II son of Senusret I attacks Tunip, Syria and brings back 1500+ slaves. The Minoans in Amenemhet II's 28th year bring him the Tod treasure.

Senusret II son of Amenemhet II has Minoan workers build his temple at Luhun. Ben-Hasan tomb shows Canaanites beginning to trickle into Egypt.

Joseph comes to Egypt at the time Egyptians are weeping at Senusret II's funeral.

May 29, 2012
Ancient Egypt (part one)
by: Tom

Archaeologist state the origins of Egyptian history begins with Sumer (Shinar), just like the Bible reveals.

The origins of Egyptian history should begin with the Sumerian designed Step Pyramid built in Zoser's reign. He is most likely Mizraim, listed in Genesis 10:6 & Genesis 10:13.

Egyptian king Snefru built the first Egyptian temple outside Egypt at Byblos where he also built 40 cedar wooden ships.

Egyptian king Khufu son of Sneferu built the Great Pyramid, and Khufu was first to receive leopard skins from the Nubians. Greek basket weavers also visited him.

Egyptian king Redejef, son of Khufu, ships had reached Australia according to hieroglyphs found there.

Egyptian king Khafre son of Khufu had trade with Ebla, Syria, a city built by Eber. (Genesis 10:25)

Egyptian king Menkaure (called Manium by the Sumerians) fought a war against Akkadian king Naramsin and lost. Menkaure paid tribute with red granite and marble. Lugalkignnedudu of Erech dedicates red granite and white marble to his god Enlil. Note: Naramsin comes from Agade/Akkad/Accad
a Genesis 10:10 city and Lugalkignnedudu comes from Erech, also a Genesis 10:10 city.

Egyptian king Shepsekaf son of Menkaure completes Menkaure's pyramid and he is assassinated by the Egyptian priesthood.

Egyptian king Userkaf Menkaure's son-in-law's marble temple cup was found on the Greek island of Cythera. Userkaf built Egypt's first sun temples.

Egyptian king Sahure son of Userkaf developes trade with Talhatum,Asia-Minor and Punt,East Africa. The Sahara dries up and starving people arrive in Egypt according to his bas relief in his causeway. Sahure's brother Neferirkare is a nomarch helping him reign over Egypt.

Egyptian king Unas according to the bas relief in his causeway is still dealing with starving people arriving from the Sahara. Unas has trade with the temple of Barbar in the Persian Gulf.

Egyptian king Teti Unas son-in-law has trade with Lagash governor Gudea. Teti is assassinated by one of his body guards.

Egyptian history should be based on father to son or son-in-law succession, and not on Egyptian priest Manetho's falsified account on Egyptian history.

May 08, 2012
Manetho's Egyptian Chronology
by: Anonymous

Most likely the custom connection is needed to unravel Egyptian priest Manetho's false Egyptian chronology. All ancient Middle-East nations chronologies are based upon Manetho's false chronology.

Once one breaks the false chronology, one can uncover the actual ancient history of the Middle-East.

For example Babylonian king Samsu-luna 1749-1711 B.C. is the first king to come in contact with an army entering the Middle-East with horse driven chariots. He encounters the Kassite army.

Joseph rode the second Egyptian horse driven chariot. (Genesis 41:43) Egyptians in chariots escorted Jacob's body into Canaan. (Genesis 50:7-9) This means Egypt, being farther from Babylon, could not acquire the horse driven chariot before Samsu-iluna's reign.

Joseph likely did live around 1741-1631 B.C. Upon Joseph's death it was too dangerous to bury Joseph in Canaan. Joseph was buried in Canaan after the Exodus.

Joseph kept foreigners and Egyptians living in Egypt at peace. When he died, civil war likely did happen, preventing Joseph from being buried in Canaan until after Moses had died and the Hebrews entered the Promise Land.

May 07, 2012
Ancient Customs
by: Paul

All mankind labored on the Tower of Babel in Sumer/Shinar (Genesis 11:1-8) Egyptians leaving Sumer went to Africa and built the Step Pyramid which was Sumerian in design in Zoser's reign.

Abraham married his half sister Sarah. (Genesis 20:12)This was the custom in Abraham's lifetime.
Abraham visited the old king Pepi II, who had married his half sister Neith. Abraham left Egypt a prosperous man. (Genesis 13:1-2)Pepi II did not worship Abraham's God. Pepi II soon died. Egyptian civil war followed.

Joseph shaved.(Genesis 41:14)Joseph served Egyptian king Senusret III whose sister was Sit-Hathor-Yunet. Archaeologist discovered a golden razor in Sit-Hathor-Yunet's tomb. Egypt prospered as long as Joseph lived. Civil war followed after Joseph died.

Moses was saved by an Egyptian princess (Exodus 2:5-10) Princess Hatshepsut taught Moses all the ways of the Egyptians as (Acts 7:22) explains. Thutmose III later requires all Egyptian captives and slaves to worship Egyptian gods. Moses and his people refuse. The Hebrews leave Egypt with wealth just like Abraham did. (Exodus 12:35) Thutmose III drowns in the Red Sea.

The moral of the story? Those who follow Moses God prospered. War and chaos follow those who worship pagan gods.

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