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  Bible numbers: THE WALL: Chapter One: Notes."
In any case, "1290 BC" is significant since 1,290 is the number specifically mentioned in Dan.
Moreover, 1290 BC is approximately the same as the Jewish traditional date for the exodus of 1313 BC––an important date that will be examined later.
BC date for the end of the northern kingdom of Israel.
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 "The Validation of Reconstructed Ancient Chronologies"
As Kadashman-Enlil II succeeded Kadashman-Turgu in 1275 BC according to the revised Babylonian chronology (outlined in chapter 5) and tied to Assyrian chronology through the Ptolemaic Canon, Hatusilis III had to be on the Hittite throne during this date in order to communicate with both these kings (i.e.
In summary, on the basis of the revised Assyrian and Babylonian chronologies, the 1279 BC and 1290 BC accession dates for Ramesses II have to be rejected in favour of 1304 BC as the only date that fulfils all known historical criteria pertaining to this event.
Mursilis III must have been on the throne in Hatti from at least 1282 BC and when the attested 13 years of Ramesses II are added to this we have 1295 BC as the earliest possible date for Ramesses II to be on the throne.
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 Bible Prophecy Numbers of 1260, 1290, 390, 430.
1876 BC (Israel enters Egypt after 2 years of the famine) + 390 years = 1486 BC (failed exodus, and exile of Moses), + 40 = 430 years total till the actual exodus of 1446 BC.
In 593 BC, Ezekiel was told to symbolically siege Jerusalem 430 days––"a day for each year"––in anticipation of her doom that occurred exactly seven years later (593 to 586 BC).
Therefore, it is significant that there are three cycles of 430 years from entering Egypt (1876 BC), unto exiting Egypt (1446 BC), then unto the exile back again into Egypt (and Babylon) in 586 BC.
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 Bible Prophecy Patterns: Detailed at the Exodus.
Ponder 2006 BC (Jacob's birth), and 160 years to 1846 BC (40-year generation x 4), and 400 years more to exodus (100-year generation x 4).
Amazingly, Abraham was born 160 years before Jacob in 2166 BC!) Also, 1876 and 1846 BC are 1290 and 1260 days respectively to 586 BC, (Daniel 12, Revelation 12).
This means that there could also be 1260000 days to the symbolic date of 1846 BC, which is when this revelation is coming to me, (for that is what it is), which in turn gives me confidence that the heavenly signs of 1962 are not my imagination but inspired (loosely speaking) by God.
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 Bible Prophecy Numbers of 1260,1290, 1270 lunar, and 1278 solar 3.5-year periods.
of 1876 BC), ends at the non-preferred, yet possible dates for the exiles of Judah, (i.e., 606, 598, and 587 BC); whereas the second parallel line (though using the same numbers), starts from the mid-famine position yet still ends at these very same exiles, except using the preferred 605, 597, and 586 BC dates.
And 581 BC was the fourth and last exile (Jeremiah 52:30).
Hence, the exact total number of siege days (1,289) when converted to years, spans back to Joseph's 7-year famine as just observed in tables ‘9a’ and ‘9b.’ Thus, both 1290 and 1,289 day-years are correct, with "1,289" in this context being an authorized variation of the "1290" of Daniel 12:11.
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  Bible Prophecy Numbers: 1260 days, 1290 days, 1335 days, 1260 years.
From the seven-year famine of Joseph (1878-1871 BC), until the exodus in 1446 BC are
years; and again from the seven-year famine of Joseph in 1878-1871 BC unto the fall of Israel in 722 BC are
years; and again from the seven-year famine of Joseph in 1878-1871 BC unto the fall of Assyria in 612 BC are
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  CalendarHome.com - 13th century BC - Calendar Encyclopedia
1250 BC - Wu Ding emperor of Shang Dynasty to 1192 BC.
Merneptah, Pharaoh of the Nineteenth Dynasty of Egypt (1212 BC - 1202 BC).
Amenemses, Pharaoh of the Nineteenth Dynasty of Egypt (1202 BC - 1199 BC).
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  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: 1290 BC   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Canaan is mentioned in a document from the 18th century BC found in the ruins of Mari, a former Sumerian outpost in Syria.
1290 BC) is said to have conquered the Shasu, Arabian nomads living just south and east of the Dead Sea, from the fortress of Taru (Shtir?) to the "Ka-n-'-na", and Ramesses III (ca.
At the end of what is referred to as the Middle Kingdom era of Egypt, was a breakdown in centralised power, the assertion of independence by various nomarchs and the assumption of power in the Delta by Pharaohs of the 17th Dynasty.
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 1290s BC   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Decades: 1340s BC 1330s BC 1320s BC 1310s BC 1300s BC - 1290s BC - 1280s BC 1270s BC 1260s BC 1250s BC 1240s BC
December 15 1290 BC - Seti I, Pharaoh of Egypt dies.
December 15 1290 BC - Ramses II becomes Pharaoh of Egypt.
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Shalmaneser
Shalmaneser III, 859-824 BC, son of Ashurnasirpal, claimed to have defeated (c.854 BC) Benhadad and Ahab, king of...
Assyria's Rise The nucleus of a Semitic state was forming by the beginning of the 3d millennium BC, but it was overshadowed by the greatness of Sumer and...
It was built as the capital of the northern kingdom of Israel in the 9th century bc.
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 Egyptvoyager.com: The Complex of Karnak - Luxor, Egypt
The sphinxes date to the reign of Ramesses II (1290-1224 BC) of the 19th Dynasty, although some archaeologists believe that they may even be older and date to the reign of Amenhotep III (1391-1353 BC).
The small chapel immediately to the left of the entrance, behind the unfinished northern tower of the 1st Pylon, was built by Seti II (1214-1204 BC) of the 19th Dynasty as a resting-place for the barks of the Theban triad that were carried around during some festivals.
The southern wall of the Open Court is interrupted by a small temple, constructed during the reign of Ramesses III (1194-1163 BC) of the 20th Dynasty.
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 Poppa's Ancient World
2166 BC Another argument is that the figure of 480 is simply a number representing twelve generations of a generic length of forty years, a practice found in other cultures of the time, and that the figure could be interpreted as simply saying "twelve generations" rather than 480 years.
1290 BC as there is much evidence of mass destruction of cities in the mid thirteenth century BC that would have occurred with the Israelite invasion of Canaan.
1290 BC the Israelites, under the leadership of Moses, left Egypt for "the promised land" of Canaan in the Exodus.
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 Cairo Features | Fodor's Online Travel Guide   (Site not responding. Last check: )
His daughter, Hatshepsut (1473-1458 BC), developed the monumental west-bank temple at Deir al-Bahri, which was cut out of the face of the mountain.
Pharaoh Seti I (1306-1290 BC) was able to reconquer the lands lost during the reign of Akhenaten.
The infamous Cleopatra (51-30 BC) was from this period, but she proved no match for the aggressive Romans and was the last of the Ptolomies.
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 The Date of the Exodus
And even if we take the later date of 1290 BC suggested by many for the exodus and allowing for the 40 years in the wilderness, they would still have been in the land around 50 years by the time of Merneptah’s campaign.
It was established briefly as the capitol of Egypt around 1400-1350 BC by pharaoh Akhetaten, who attempted to reform Egypt’s religious system and inaugurate the worship of a single deity represented by the sun disk (Aten).
Rameses II (1279-1212 or 1290-1224 BC) was a prolific builder during his long reign, so it seems logical to assume that this was the pharaoh who constructed the city of Rameses.
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 Ramses I - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Ramses I (reigned 1307-1306 bc), ancient Egyptian king, first ruler of the 19th Dynasty.
Seti I (reigned 1306-1290 bc), ancient Egyptian king, second ruler of the 19th Dynasty, the son and successor of King Ramses I (ruled 1307-1306 bc...
Ramses II (reigned 1290-1224 bc), ancient Egyptian king, third ruler of the 19th Dynasty, the son of Seti I. During the early part of his reign...
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Between 1393-1184 BC it was inhabited by the Achaians while in 1290 BC Eteoklis helped gained independence for the island.
In 494 BC Persians again took over the island and the islanders had to joint Xerxes in his battle against the Greeks (480 BC) and then joined the Greeks in their naval victory in Mykali (479 BC), gaining once again their freedom.
The Romans destroyed the island in 168 BC but by 88 BC the island is back on its feet enjoying economical and cultural prosperity.During the Byzantine era, the island suffered with invasions from the Saracens, Turks and Enetons.
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Merneptah
c.1215 BC, king of ancient Egypt, of the XIX dynasty; son and successor of Ramses II.
He succeeded (1224 BC) to the throne when he was already advanced in years.
1290 BC, king of ancient Egypt, of the XIX dynasty; son and successor of Ramses I. He succeeded to the throne c.1302 BC Invading Palestine and Syria, Seti I reduced them again to tributary status, and defeated the Libyans.
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 Hittites - RecipeFacts   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In the 14th century BC, the Hittite empire was at its height, encompassing central Anatolia, north-western Syria as far as Ugarit, and upper Mesopotamia.
Anitta in the 18th century BC conquered Nesa, where the Hittite kings had their capital for about a century until Labarna II conquered Hattusa and took the throne name of Hattusili "man of Hattusa".
The Old Kingdom, centered at Hattusa, peaked during the 16th century, and even managed to sack Babylon at one point, but made no attempt to govern there, choosing instead to turn it over to the domination of their Kassite allies who were to rule it for over 400 years.
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 Symbolic Israel Peace Treaty - Christian-Forum.net
9 as being the countdown of the 490 years (terminus a quo), but the 444 BC decree is the favored one among scholars because it fits the prophecy of Dan.
Hence, the average of these two decrees is 490 BC.) This means that there are 490 x 3 years to the present treaty (etc.) as seen "in the mirror," (i.e., as from symbolic AD 537.
Jerusalem fell 586 BC, which was 1290 years from when they entered Egypt in 1876 BC, two years into the famine of Joseph.
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 Travel Services Greece : Aegeas Travel - Tour Operator in Kos Greece   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Between 1393-1184 BC it was inhabited by the Achaians while in 1290 BC Eteoklis helped gained independence for the island.
In the 494 BC Persians again took over the island and the islanders had to joint Xerxes in his battle against the Greeks (480 BC) and then joined the Greeks in their naval victory in Mykali (479 BC), gaining once again their freedom.
The Romans destroyed the island in 168 BC but by 88 BC the island is back on its feet enjoying economical and cultural prosperity.
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 Frequently Asked Questions: Who Wrote the Bible
Though the titles prefaced to the Psalms clearly date back before 200 BC (since they appear in the Septuagint, along with the extras that translation gives), how authoratative they are is subject to much debate.
The date of the final composition of the book is generally accepted as being sometime during the 4th century BC.
It is attributed to Daniel, and thus would have been written sometime between 605 BC and about 530 BC.
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 IBSS - Biblical Archaeology - Date of the Exodus
King Chenephres is probably the twenty-fifth king in the Turin Papyrus 1730 BC, Kha'neferre Sebekhotp IV of the thirteenth Dynasty (Manetho 1940, 73, n.3).
Zoan or Tanis was the residence of the Pharaohs during the twenty-first and twenty-second Dynasties about 1070-715 BC It was a major political and commercial center during the Ptolemaic period about 332-30 BC It is located at modern San el-Hagar on the Tanitic branch of the Nile.
This places the exodus at 1513 BC, the capture of Troy at 1182, and the dedication of the Temple at 1033 BC If Solomon is dated to 966 BC, then this would put the Exodus at 1446 BC This is a 67 year difference.
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 Timelines for Biblical Archaeology
Not only did 1200 BC see a change from bronze to iron implements, but it also witnessed a general deterioration in the affluence of the peoples living in the region of the Middle East during that same time frame.
The construction described in the Bible is generally associated, again incorrectly, with the building of the Residence, which occurred in the reign of Ramesses II who ruled from 1290 BC to 1224 BC.
This is so because Edwin Thiele's chronological work sets 931/930 BC as the date for the start of the Divided Kingdom, and the periods of the wilderness sojourn, Saul's reign, David's reign, and Solomon's reign add up to a total of 156 years, i.e.
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 Red and Blonde Haired Mummies of Egypt and the Middle East, BUFO Paranormal and UFO Radio, Burlington UFO and ...
Ramses II was pharaoh from 1290 to 1224 B.C. He was the son of Seti, who Ramses ruled with for a few years.
1290 BC - Much evidence of mass destruction of cities that would have occurred with the Israelite invasion of Canaan.
This was culminated with the battle of Kadesh in northern Syria.
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Mahalaleel died in 1290 BC Jared was born in 460 BC.
Jared died in 1422 BC Enoch was born in 622 BC.
Lamech died in 1651 BC Noah was born in 1058 BC.
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 Early History
Between about 2000 and 1800 BC the Amorites(ie the westerners) covered both Syria and Mesopotamia with a multitude of small principalities and cities.
Assyria had already swept away the remains of Mitanni but itself soon fell into decline, and the Hittites were not long afterward driven from their centre in Asia Minor by the migration of "peoples of the sea," western invaders from the isles of the Aegean and from Europe.
In the 9th and 8th centuries BC the Assyrian Empire was established over the west.
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 Ancient Days :: The Exodus - Conquest Dating Fiasco :: by David Livingston
1400 BC is the approximate biblical date for the Conquest of the Promised Land by the Israelites.
In the meantime, the lack of archaeological evidence for an Exodus from Egypt around 1290 BC (during Rameses II’s reign) also led many to conclude that this story, too, was no more than a myth.
In fact, a 1400 BC date seems so certain, based on solid evidence, that we cannot help but wonder whether many scholars have simply ignored Garstang and “gone with” Kenyon for their own personal reasons.
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 Lebanon - History   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Commercial and religious connections were established with Egypt after about 2613 BC and continued until the end of the Egyptian Old Kingdom and the invasion of Phoenicia by the Amorites (c2200 BC).
Seti I (1290-79 BC) of the New Kingdom reconquered most of Phoenicia, but Ramses III (1187-56 BC) lost it to invaders from Asia Minor and Europe.
Between the withdrawal of Egyptian rule and the western advance of Assyria (10th century BC), the history of Phoenicia is primarily the history of Tyre.
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 Lectures for B411 OT History and Archaeology I
Amenhotep IV (1353-1336 BC) known to many as Akhenaton was the Pharaoh who introduced monotheism to the Egyptian people.
The period of tumult was ended by the founding of a new dynasty -- the 19th, which saw the erruption of the Ramessides onto the scene of Egyptian politics.
He ruled Egypt with an iron fist from 1279- 1213 BC and was the pharaoh (so many think) who ruled during the Exodus from Egypt of the descendants of Abraham.
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