re: Temple of Jerusalem
Mon Jul 24, 2017 04:14
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Hi Rich,

http://www.crystalinks.com/dynasty21.html has:
Siamun:986 to 967.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twenty-first_Dynasty_of_Egypt has:
Siamun: 986 to 967.

Mattis Kantor, in "THE JEWISH TIME-LINE ENCYCLOPEDIA" has:
Solomon: born in 2912AM, 849CJ/BCE, + 131yrs = 980BCE.
Solomon: King at death of King David in:
King Solomon: 2924AM, 837CJ/BCE, + 131yrs = 968BCE.
Death: King Solomon in 2964AM, 797CJ/BCE, + 131yrs = 928BCE. ('Actual').

So, if Rabbi Kantor and the two web-sites, mentioned above, are correct, then: your 975BC, for Siamun, that you mention should be close to 11th year of Siamun, when Solomon was 5 years old, in the 33rd year of the reign of King David, when he was 63 years old. King David died 7 years 'later', at 70yrs old in: 2924AM, 837CJ/BCE, + 131yrs = 968BCE. ('Actual').

In 2917AM, 844CJ/BCE, + 131yrs = 975BC, all Israel 'celebrated' their 67th Sabbath Year, from 'Exodus' in 2448AM, 1313CJ/BCE, + 131yrs = 1444BCE. ('Actual').

I trust that these reference 'dates' will help you.

Enjoy,

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