CUSTOMS INTERCONNECT EGYPTIAN AND BIBLICAL HISTORY (Part One)
Djoser built the first Egyptian pyramid (The Step Pyramid) after Egyptians left Sumer/Shinar's Tower of Babel and arrived on the African continent.(Genesis 11:1-9)
Pepi II married his half sister Neith. Abraham married his half sister Sarah (Genesis 20:12) Pepi II's wife was fair to look upon. Sarah was also fair to look upon.(Genesis 12:11) Pepi II's soldiers patrolled southern Canaan in the area of Sodom and Gomorrah in which Abraham, twenty years after Pepi II's death, prays for Sodom. (Genesis 18:20-19:29)
Sakkara kings list records the next king to reign after Pepi II was Nebhetepre = Mentuhotep I.
Mentuhotep I dug twelve wells during a drought striking the Middle-East. Hagar and Ishamael's survival depended on finding a well. (Genesis 21:16-19) Abraham has a dispute with Abimelech over a well of water. (Genesis 21:25)
Senusret I called "Throat Sliter of Asiatics" is the reason God told Isaac not to enter Egypt. (Genesis 26:2)
Senusret III built the fortress at Buhen, Nubia where a horse skeleton was found under the ramparts. Joseph rode in a horse driven 2nd chariot. (Genesis 41:43) Chariot used in ceremonial purposes only. (Genesis 50:6-9)
Senusret III fought a battle around Shechem, Canaan. Jacob and his family had fled Shechem for Bethel. (Genesis 33:18) and (Genesis 35:1-6) God had terrorized the cities around Shechem. (Genesis 35:5) Senusret III annexed Canaan. Joseph worked with both the economies of Egypt and Canaan. (Genesis 47:13-17)
Senusret III had a sister named Sit-Hathor-Yunet. Archaeologist found a golden razor in her tomb. Joseph shaved. (Genesis 41:14) Sit-Hathor-Yunet worshipped the Vulture goddess Nekhbet during the global famine. (Genesis 41:57) Senusret III confiscated all Egyptian land except for the priests property. Nomarch's lost their land and lavish nomarch's tombs ceased being built in the middle of Senusret III's 39th year reign. Joseph bought all the land for the pharoah except for the priest's land. (Genesis 47:20-22)
Its truly remarkable how the Customs Interconnect Egyptian and Biblical History.