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  Bible Prophecy Numbers: 10 epoch events that demonstrate bible numbers.
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.
Hence we have a late 722 or early 721 BC date for the end of the northern kingdom of Israel.
The standard dates for the siege, however, are Dec. 11, 589 BC (or, Jan. 9, 588 BC), to the destruction of the temple in July 14 (or, Aug. 13), 586 BC, as based on Jer.
www.1260-1290-days-bible-prophecy.org /w-bible-prophecy-bible-numbers-ch-1aa.htm   (1007 words)

 Redating the First Deportation of Judah  |  Jim Hopkins   |  Preterist Archive
Ezekiel also prophesied in 571 BC (fifteen years after the fall of Jerusalem) that Egypt would be given to Nebuchadnezzar as wages for his service against Tyre in which he labored thirteen years and received no wages.
Some use 605 BC after the fall of Carchemish, but this poses the additional problem of being the fourth year of Jehoiakim rather than the third as stated by Daniel.
The only reason for the fabrication of a deportation in the year 606 or 605 BC is the statement of Daniel concerning the third year of the reign of Jehoiakim.
www.preteristarchive.com /Preterism/hopkins-jim_p_04.html   (4616 words)

 The Pharaohs of Ancient Egypt
The New Kingdom is the period covering the Eighteenth, Nineteenth, and Twentieth dynasty of Egypt, from the 16th century BC to the 11th century BC, between the Second Intermediate Period, and the Third Intermediate Period.
Egypt was conquered by the Persian Empire in 525 BC and annexed by the Persians until 404 BC.
Died 145 BC Cleopatra II Wife of Ptolemy VI Ptolemy VIII Euergetes II Installed by Seleucid Antiochus IV Epiphanes in 170 BC; ruled jointly with Ptolemy VI Philometor and Cleopatra II from 169 to 164 BC.
ascendingpassage.com /Pharaoh-List-2.htm   (1526 words)

 IBSS - History - Egyptian   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Ahmose I - 1570-1546 BC Expelled the Hyksos ANEP, 310.
In 665 BC Tanutamun rebells and Thebes is sacked and its temple treasury taken in 663 BC.
In 490 BC Darius' army was defeated by the Greeks at Marathon.
www.bibleandscience.com /history/egyptian.htm   (3559 words)

 Nebuchadrezzar II at AllExperts
After the defeat of the Cimmerians and Scythians, all of Nebuchadrezzar's expeditions were directed westwards, although a powerful neighbour lay to the North; the cause of this was that a wise political marriage with Amuhia, the daughter of the Median king, had insured a lasting peace between the two empires.
An attempted invasion of Egypt in 601 BC was met with setbacks, however, leading to numerous rebellions among the states of the Levant, including Judah.
Another siege of Jerusalem began in 588 BC, ending in 587 BC with the destruction of both the city and the Temple and the deportation of many prominent citizens to Babylon.
en.allexperts.com /e/n/ne/nebuchadrezzar_ii.htm   (1402 words)

 Bible numbers: THE WALL: Chapter One: Notes."
Sennacherib’s catastrophic invasion of Judah in 701 BC is listed among our "epoch events" because it is the very focal narrative of the Book of Isaiah (Isa.
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.
www.netrover.com /~numbers/bible-numbers-ch.1d-notes.htm   (921 words)

 The Early Empire   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
In 221 BC, the first Emperor of China (so-called because all the previous dynastic heads only called themselves kings), Qin Shihuangdi, conquered the rest of China after a few hundred years of disunity.
In 206 BC, when the Han dynasty was founded, China stretched from modern Shenyang (some 500 km north of Beijing) in the north to around Guilin in the south; from the Pacific in the east to well past Chongqing in the west.
While there was a great deal of political activity occurring during this period, most of it, consisting as it was of various wars between different kingdoms (one of the great novels of China, The Romance of the Three Kingdoms, is about this period), was not terribly important to the later development of China.
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 CalendarHome.com - 6th century BC - Calendar Encyclopedia
The 5th and 6th centuries BC were a time of empires, but more importantly, a time of learning and philosophy.
Solon of Athens, one of the Seven Sages of Greece (638–558 BC).
Pisistratus, Tyrant of Athens in 561, 559–556 and 546–528 BC.
encyclopedia.calendarhome.com /6th_century_BC.htm   (396 words)

 Virtual Egyptian - Shawabti of King Psamtik II, Dyn. 26
In 590 BC, he was the first king of Dynasty 26 to mount a significant military campaign to protect the southern border against a threat of invasion which may have been imaginary.
Psamtik II died in February 589 BC, leaving the throne to his son Wahibre, better known by the name of Apries given him later by Greek historians.
Born in times of weakness, when Egypt was regularly invaded and generally controlled by the Assyrians, Dynasty 26 (‘the Saite Dynasty’) was installed at the head of the tiny kingdoms of Sais and Athribis in the Delta by the Assyrian king Ashurbanipal.
www.virtual-egyptian-museum.org /Collection/Content/FAI.MM.00180.html   (2167 words)

 A timeline of the ancient Egyptians
2900 BC : king Djer is buried at Abydos, the seat of the cult of Osiris, lord of the Underworld and husband of Isis, and his "mastaba" becomes considered the grave of Osiris
1525 BC : Ahmose I dies and is succeeded by Amenhotep I
1323 BC : Tutankhamon is killed at 19 and is buried in the "Valley of the Kings" at Thebes
www.scaruffi.com /politics/egyptian.html   (1717 words)

 Virtual Egyptian - Shawabti of Khonsu-Hor, Dyn. 26
During Dynasty 12 of the Middle Kingdom (circa 1800 BC), a new class of funerary statuettes appeared.
Streamlined, almost minimalist, most often made of highly polished stone, a single statuette was placed in the tomb, representing the defunct, with his arms, his legs, his whole body shrouded in mummy trappings, up to his head.
One could reasonably argue that kings did not need shawabtis, because they expected to be exempt from any labor conscription in the kingdom of the dead (and they certainly had no compelling need for a funerary statuette immortalizing their physical appearance, as it was already well documented in a variety of media).
www.virtual-egyptian-museum.org /Collection/Content/FAI.MM.00179.html   (1935 words)

Anacharsis was a Scythian philosopher who lived about 600 BC.
Instructed in the Greek language by his mother, he prevailed upon the king to entrust him with an embassy to Athens about 589 BC.
He became acquainted with Solon, from whom he rapidly acquired a knowledge of the wisdom and learning of Greece, and by whose influence he was introduced to the principal persons in Athens.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/an/Anacharsis.html   (258 words)

 The Intertestamental Period - Lesson 2   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Assyria begins to collapse as an empire in 612 BC after Nineveh was destroyed by the neo-Babylonian Empire led by Nabopolassar with the aid of the Medes.
Note: In most cases, the records kept by the Babylonians about their conquests were not as detailed as those kept by the Assyrians but there are actual records of Jehoiachin receiving an annual food allowance as recorded in II Kings 25:27-30.
According to II Kings 25:1, Nebuchadnezzar responded with his entire army and began a siege of Jerusalem in 589 BC.
www.harding.edu /USER/elrod/WWW/westside/lesson03.htm   (964 words)

 Oera Linda Book Appendices
2012 BC Magyarar and Finnar overrun Skenland, Minna is folk-mother (80 +101 ASA)
This event, which occasioned a great dispersion of the Frisian race, became the commencement of a chronological reckoning corresponding with 2193 before Christ, and is known by geologists as the Cimbrian flood.
The manuscript further states that soon after the passage of the Geertmen there was an earthquake; that the land rose so high that all the water ran out, and all the shallows and alluvial lands rose up like a wall.
www.earth-history.com /Europe/Oera/oera-07-appendices.htm   (7105 words)

 Ataman Hotel - Kerkenes
The historical background to the Battle of Pteria begins with the Median attack on the Neo-Assyrian city of Nimrud in 614 BC, their subsequent alliance with the Babylonians and sack of Nineveh to the combined forces two years later.
By 590-589 BC the Medes were fighting the Lydians in Central Anatolia.
The brief period of occupation at Kerkenes fits with the historical record: founded soon after 585 BC and destroyed by Croesus some forty years later.
www.atamanhotel.com /kerkenes.html   (844 words)

 Egypt: History - Dynasty XXVI (Twenty-sixth Dynasty)
The decision was unfortunate because in 612 BC Niniveh fell and was ravaged and looted with characteristic thoroughness.
In 589 BC Psammetichus II died, and was succeeded by his son Apries, the Pharaoh Hophra of the Bible, who at once set about reversing the peaceful, defensive policy adopted by his predecessors.
In 539 BC Babylon was occupied, Cyrus with characteristic wisdom sparing the king's life and relegating him to distant Carmania either as governor or as exile.
interoz.com /egypt/hdyn26.htm   (4264 words)

Then, 464 BC is year 1 of Artaxerxes I. Contemporaneous Persian business and official records confirm the accepted reign lengths of the preceding Persian kings back to Cyrus the Great yielding 538 BC for the 1st year of Cyrus.
Table 6 is a summary of important dates in the proposed chronology from the crucifixion to the exodus.There is general acceptance of 538 BC as the 1st of Cyrus.
With the inclusion of the prophecies of Jeremiah and Ezekiel in the construction, the Battle of Carchemish must be 608 or 607 BC and the beginning of the divided kingdom before 980 BC which puts the construction of Solomon's temple prior to 1015 BC.
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 The Chronology of Daniel 1:1
Those are the sieges of 597 BC and 586 BC, both of which are reported in the Bible.
However, in the year 601/600 BC, a major battle occurred near the border of Egypt, an inconclusive battle that was costly for both sides.
In 595/594 BC he put down a rebellion among elements of his own army, but was successful enough to undertake two further campaigns in Syria during 594 BC.
www.infidels.org /library/magazines/tsr/2001/4/014dan.html   (3507 words)

 Key to signs of the times-2
Well, 1989 BC symbolic year is 1290 x 2 (430 x 6) from its literal date of 592 BC---in the mirror.
This means that from the literal 592 BC to the end of Ezekiel's call, symbolically understood as 2419 BC, is, in the mirror, 7 x 430 day/years.
Moreover, 2426 BC, less 490 x 2 (of Daniel 9) is 1446 BC (the Exodus), and 2426 BC less 490 x 5 (or 50 Jubilees) = 25 to 32 AD, (Jesus' ministry and death, etc.).
www.bible-codes.org /bible-numbers-revelation-key2.htm   (1413 words)

 Neferchichi's Tomb at neferchichi.com
Predynastic Period (5200 BC to 3100 BC): First settlers of the Nile Valley hunt and fish, later switch to farming.
First Intermediate Period (2181 BC to 2133 BC): The government crumbles and civil war breaks out as several rival kingdoms fight for control of Egypt.
Below is a list of the pharaohs of Egypt, including the time span of their reign (when known).
www.neferchichi.com /pharaohs.html   (741 words)

 The Seal of Baruch
From the fourth year of Jehoiakim’s reign (605 BC), God assured Baruch that his life would be spared when Jerusalem fell (45:1-5).
Seventeen years later (588 BC), when Jeremiah was imprisoned by Zedekiah during the Babylonian siege, Baruch was entrusted with the the purchase deeds of a field Jeremiah bought as a sign of the Jews return (32:1-16).
Bullae are lumps of clay which were attached to documents and impressed with a seal.
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 Glossary names, words   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Instead, she resigned to marry Apol, became matriarch, to what was to become the Oera Linda family, and advised the copying of the citadel records that led to the Oera Linda Book.
Godfried, A sea-king circa 2000 BC known as the `Old’ who is credited with adding a decimal number system to writing.
Walhallagara, Minerva’s Rhineland citadel in 1600 BC and later that of Kaat (Calypso).
www.earth-history.com /Europe/eur-oera-glossary.htm   (2804 words)

 Egypt: God's Wife of Amun
The King commonly referred to as Apries (his Greek name), who's birth name was Wah-ib-re, meaning "Constant is the Heart of Re" and who's Throne name was Haa-ib-re, meaning "Jubilant is the Heart of Re Forever", succeeded his father, Psamtik II in February of 589 BC., of Egypt's 26th Dynasty.
We believe he ruled Egypt until his defeat at the hands of Amasis in 570 BC.
They may have met in the northwest Egyptian Delta in around January or February of 570 BC at a location called Momemphis.
www.touregypt.net /featurestories/apries.htm   (688 words)

 Same Sex Prophecy Bible Code--- In Eden!
In a sense, the New Year of 586 BC was therefore also anther inaugural New Year that began a new count of reckoning the years (just as the exodus has been.) Thus, 800 days before the New Year of 586 BC creates the symbolic year of 801 BC.
Thus between 1 BC and AD 1 are just one year and not two years.) thus, the siege of Jerusalem by the Babylonians began in the symbolic day/year of 801 BC in the literal year of Dec. of 589 BC.
The first thing to note is that 2306 BC of the LXX is part of the mainstream of 430's also, and it is 4300 to AD 1995 (and see 1290's too).
www.bible-codes.org /same_sex-Eden-bible-prophecy-code.htm   (3993 words)

 1998 Year of the Apocalypse Part 2 by Tom Stewart
Ezekiel was a prophet of the Babylonian Captivity (606-537 BC).
Beginning at July 18, 606 BC (Gregorian) and calculating 25,200 days (inclusive) into the future, it terminated upon July 15, 537 BC (Gregorian)-- which was the last day of the Servitude of the Nation.
From Nebuchadnezzar and Jehoiakim in 606 BC to the announcement that long dead, ancient Israel had been resurrected into a modern state in 1948, God will be justified by the accuracy of His fulfilled prophecy.
whatsaiththescripture.com /Timeline/1998.Year.of.Apocalypse.2.html   (3248 words)

 Mystery Babylon Revealed: Article-Overview Of The Bible   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Time Period: 593 – 571 BC Date Written: Around 571 BC Theme: Prophecies to the Jews held captive in Babylon, warning of more punishment to come on Jerusalem, as well as of future hope for restoration if they repented and followed God.
Time Period: 605 – 536 BC Date Written: Between 550 - 536 BC Theme: The theological and symbolic foundation of all end-times prophecies (it is, in fact, impossible to understand Revelation without an understanding of Daniel).
Time Period: 742 – 687 BC Date Written: Between 742 – 687 BC Theme: Denounces moral and social sins in Judah, and warns of upcoming invasion of Babylon.
www.mystery-babylon.us /otbible_2.html   (1401 words)

 World Civilizations: Course Outline and Assigned Readings
The Civilization of the Indus Valley, 2500-1500 BC.
The Rise of Rome and the Early Republic, 751 BC-265 BC.
Roman Expansion and the Failure of the Republic, 265-31 BC.
www.uncp.edu /home/rwb/hst114-o.htm   (342 words)

 Bible Prophecy Numbers: 10 epoch events that demonstrate bible numbers.
Sennacherib’s catastrophic invasion of Judah in 701 BC is listed among our "epoch events" because it is the very focal narrative of the Book of Isaiah (Isaiah 36–39), and therefore especially applicable to our text of Isaiah 52:4.
In any case, "1290 BC" is significant since 1290 is the number specifically mentioned in Daniel 12:11.
The standard dates for the siege, however, are Dec. 11, 589 BC (or, Jan. 9, 588 BC), to the destruction of the temple in July 14 (or, Aug. 13), 586 BC, as based on Jeremiah 52:4-12.
www.1260-1290-days-bible-prophecy.org /1260_days-bible-prophecy-numbers-ch-1aa.htm   (1062 words)

 Dynasties 26: Psammetichus I, Necho II, Apries, Amasis, Psammetichus III
Nekau (Necho) II 610-595 BC Nekau (II), who we know better as Necho, was either the 2nd or 3rd  king of Egypt's 26th Dynasty, depending on whether we allow the rule of a nominal king Nekau I at the beginning of the Dynasty.
We believe that Amasis was the son of a Lady Takheredeneset, and married two women by the names of Tentheta and Nakhtsebastetru.  He may have had a third wife named Khedebneithireretbeneret, who was actually a daughter of his great nemesis, Apris.
Yet poor Apries was not yet finished.  In March of 567, he again marched on Egypt at the head of a Babylonian army, but once again, Amasis defeated him, this time capturing the former king.
www.crystalinks.com /dynasty26.html   (2514 words)

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