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(11)Egyptian king Amenemhet III's 19th year he puts down a Nubian rebellion. Hyksos Canaanite chieftain Apepi I must have really liked Amenemhet III. Its in Amenemhet III's reign the original Rhind Mathematical Papyrus was written and thirteen years after Amenemhet III dies and one year after queen Sobekneferu had died Apepi I in his 33rd year as Hyksos chieftain recopies the Rhind Mathematical Papyrus and Apepi I also had his name inscribed on the back of the small Amenemhet III sphinxes archaeologist found at Tanis.

(12)Amenemhet III's fleet sailed to the Minoan island of Crete and Egyptian sailors saw the Labyrinth. Then Amenemhet III builds a Labyrinth in Egypt. Amenemhet III buys Amorite Babylonian slaves sold by Babylonian merchants living under Babylonian king Ammi-ditana reign. These slaves complete Bahr Yusef (Joseph's canal) Egypt remains the world's breadbasket while many Babylonian farmers are sold into slavery to pay debts they owe Babylonian merchants.

(13)Amenemhet IV mysteriously dies according to Egyptian historians. The Egyptian priest Manetho never read the Abydos Egyptian kings list which reveals after Amenemhet IV dies ten year old Ahmose comes to the Egyptian throne.

What actually happened? Joseph was hated by some Egyptians for acquiring all the land in Egypt for the pharaoh (Genesis 47:20-22) except for the priests land. The rich Egyptian nomarch's lost all their land to Senusret III, so the enemies of Egypt waited until Joseph was dead before they would start another civil war.

(14) Amenemhet IV was slain by the Thebean Nubian Seqenenre Tao who is killed in battle by Hyksos Canaanite chieftain Apepi I. Seqenenre Tao's son Kamose then reigns over Thebes for three years the same three years queen Sobekneferu reigns at Itj-tawy. Kamose also takes an army consisting of Kerma Nubians to fight Apepi I. Both Kamose and queen Sobeknefru are killed in the civil war. Ten year old Ahmose then reigns as king over Thebes as Apepi I is crowned king at Avaris.

(15)Thebean Nubian Ahmose later with a Kerma Nubian army drives Hyksos Canaanite king Apepi II or Khamudi out of Egypt in the first Exodus. Ahmose gives soldiers in his army the land Joseph had once secured for Senusret III, the pharaoh the Nubians hated.

(16)Amenhotep I leads a military expedition into Nubia capturing an important Nubian chieftain and Amenhotep I accepts Nubian gold as tribute.

(17)Nubian sailors invade Upper Egypt hurling snakes at the retreating Egyptians. Thutmose I has ibis birds in cages set free. The ibis birds feed on snakes. The Egyptians return to battle and defeat the Nubian invaders. Thutmose I soldiers also wage war in Asia conquering all lands up to the Euphrates river. Thutmose I was paranoid about the growing Hebrew population. Thutmose I gave the order that all Hebrew male babies should be killed. (Exodus 1:15-16) Thutmose I daughter was Thermuthis, a member of the Thutmose family stated the Jewish historian Josephus. We know her by the name princess Hatshepsut, Thutmose I's daughter. She saved the infant Moses. (Exodus 2:5-10)

(18)Thutmose II was a sickly king. Queen Hatshepsut ruled in his place.

(19) Queen Hatshepsut had peaceful relations with Nubia. Queen Hatshepsut re-opened trade relations with Punt (Somalia). Queen Hatshepsut worshipped the cow goddess Hathor, frescoes show Minoan boys in Egypt's delta jumping over bulls, the Minoans are the mixed crowd in Exodus 12:38; and the Hebrews, just one generation later after Hatshepsut dies, will worship the golden calf in the wilderness. (Exodus 32:24)

(20)Thutmose III is called the Egyptian Napoleon having fought 17 wars mostly in Asia. Thutmose III's 50th year he invades Nubia and conquers the Nubian towns all the way down to the fourth cataract, farther than all the kings before him. Thutmose III's army met disaster at the Red Sea, for Thutmose III was the Exodus pharaoh. Thutmose III's reign ended some 480 years before king Solomon's 4th year of reign. (1 Kings 6:1)

It appears Egyptian priest Manetho lied about Egypt's first intermediate dynasties as the Sakkara Egyptian kings list reveals, and Manetho also lied about most of the second intermediate dynasties as shown by the Abydos Egyptian king list.

It appears Pepi II's Memphis dynasty ended as the Nubian Thebean Mentuhotep dynasty arose. The Amenemhet/Senusret kings shut out the Nubian Thebeans until Thebean Ahmose family brought down the Amenemhet/Senusret dynasty.

Our Bible is the key to unlocking the mysteries to ancient Egypt's real history. Its really awesome to see the Bible is a historical accurate book!


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Mar 29, 2013
Modern Human Nature
by: Anonymous

Good luck in getting Christians and Jews to embrace the Holy Scriptures, since the human race in the modern world cares more about events happening in current time than events happening in the past. Consider the research here a rarity, having little value for a select few people.

Mar 29, 2013
Manetho and Other Egyptian Kings Lists
by: Barry

The Saqqara Egyptian kings list reads in this order: Pepi II, Sobekneferu, Amenemhet IV, Amenemhet III, Senusret III, Senusret II, Amenemhet II, Senusret I, Amenemhet I, (no Mentuhotep IV), Mentuhotep III, Mentuhotep II, Ahmose, Amenhotep I, Thutmose I, Thutmose II (no queen Hatshepsut)& Thutmose III.

Pepi II of Memphis and Sobekneferu of Itj-tawy
whose dynasies ended by the Nubian Theban Mentuhotep II, who had brought down the Memphis dynasty, and the Nubian Theban Ahmose, who brought down the Amenemhet/Senusret dynasty. Memphis and Itj-tawy are in northern Egypt. Pepi II and Sobekneferu dynasties were the losers in the Egyptian civil wars.

Notice the Nubian Theban Mentuhotep II, the victorious reuniter of Egypt, and the Nubian Theban Ahmose, the victorious reuniter of Egypt are listed next to each other. They were the winners in the Egyptian civil wars.

Why did the Egyptian scribe writing the Egyptian kings list chose to divide the list; Memphis Pepi II followed by the Amenemhet/Senusret/queen Sobekneferu dynasty, then lumping the Nubian Theban Mentuhotep II together with the Nubian Theban Ahmose?

Was the Egyptian scribe relating the message he preferred the Memphis dynasty Pepi II and the Amenemhet/Senusret dynasty over the Nubian Theban rulers?

The Abydos Egyptian kings list shows the possible Egyptian nomarch's who opposed the Nubian Theban Mentuhotep II shortly after the Memphis king Pepi II had died. The Abydos Egyptian kings lists directly shows us after Amenemhet IV dies the Nubian Theban Ahmose at age 10 becomes the next Egyptian king.

Archaeology shows us practically no artifacts for Egyptian kings listed after Pepi II and before Mentuhotep II, thus confirming the Saqqara kings list.

Archaeology shows us practically few artifacts for kings listed after Amenemhet IV dies before Ahmose reigns thus confirming the Abydos Egyptian kings list.

Its a shock Egyptian priest Manetho's account of Egyptian history basically goes unchallenged. His report on the Egyptian 7th so-called dynasty, which supposedly existed after Pepi II died, is where Manetho stated there were 70 Egyptian kings reigning over Egypt in 70 days. You see Manetho was more interested in inventing Egyptian history than recording the truth about Egyptian history.

Mar 28, 2013
Why won't Historians challenge Manetho?
by: Spencer

(9) Its quite interesting witnessing Egyptian king Pepi II's chaotic last years were when Abraham had visited Egypt, the drought effecting Mentuhotep II, Hagar and Abraham, the reason Isaac did not go to Egypt, Joseph as governor reigning over the Hyksos/Canaanites, the prosperity Joseph created for the Egyptian kings Senusret III, Amenemhet III and Amenemhet IV, the real reason the Amenemhet/Senusret dynasty fell, Thutmose I and princess Hatshepsut represented in Exodus 1 & 2 and the real pharaoh of the Exodus.

Egyptian priest/historian Manetho could not have the facts about the Hebrews in Egypt.

(1)The Egyptians purged Joseph's name from all Egyptian records before Moses was born. (Exodus 1:8)
(2) The Egyptians hated the Hebrew shepherds (Genesis 46:34).
(3)The Egyptians even purged their own rulers like queen Hatshepsut, Akenaton, Semenkhare, Tut and Ay from their records. The Egyptians were not honest.

Egyptian priest Manetho tried to cover up two Egyptian civil wars in which the Nubian Thebeans were victorious, the Memphis Egyptian king Pepi II, who died, and Nubian Thebean Mentuhotep II, who swiftly took power and won the first civil war. This verified the Sakkara Egyptian kings list showing the next king to reign over Egypt after Pepi II was Nubian Thebean Mentuhotep II.

Nubian Thebean Mentuhotep IV is then assassinated by the Egyptian Amenemhet I.

The Amenemhet/Senusret dynasty then reigns over Egypt followed by a second civil war. After Amenemhet IV is assassinated the Nubian Thebean Ahmose became victorious. This verified the Abydos Egyptian kings list revealing the next king after Amenemhet IV was Ahmose.

(10)Moses told us the real history in Genesis and Exodus. The real history of Egypt confirms the fact Moses spoke the truth, while modern historians let Manetho's lie remain in the history books.

We live in the last days when people are more interested in mocking God's word; while at the same time the world is challenging Israel's existence - just like the last days prophecies the Jewish prophets have spoke about.

The Bible is an incredible book revealing both accurate history and prophecy for people whose eyes are open to God's word.

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