re: Solar eclipse of 1207 BC helps to date Pharoahs
Sun Nov 5, 2017 03:06
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Perhaps it may help in our attempt to establish a correct, mathematically verifiable sequential chronology of a timeline that covers the 300 years since Sihon, King of the Amorites was slain in the 116th year of the life of Moses. (2483AM, 1408BC,) just 4yrs before the death of Moses in 2488AM, 1404BC.

If it is true that this Amorite King, Sihon was slain in: 2484AM, 1408BC, the 116th year of Moses, in the 36th year after Exodus, we have only to 'ADD' 300 years with the 2484AM, to correctly calculate that the 300th year after the Amorite King Sihon was slain was in the 5th year of the 6th Judge, Jephtha, in 2784AM, 1108BC. (2484 PLUS 300 years is, 2784).

2784AM, 1108BC, was the 7th year of the Assyrian King, Tiglath-pileser I, son of Assur-res-isi, who had reigned for 18yrs from 2759AM, 1133BC, to 2777AM, 1115BC.

So, if your list of Pharoahs of Egypt were to begin with:

Amenhotep II begins in the 19th year AFTER Exodus in 2448AM, 1444BC, and ENDS in the 46th year, 2494AM, 1398BC, AFTER Exodus, in the 6th year of the leadership of Joshua.

Then, Thuthmose IV reigned for 9yrs from 2494AM, 1398BC, to 2504AM, 1388BC.

Then, Amenhotep III reigned for 38yrs from 2504AM, 1388BC.

Then, Akhenaten sole-reigned until 2556AM, 1336BC.

Then, Interim kings for 3yrs from 2556AM, 1336BC, to ac.Tutankhamun in 2559AM, 1333BC.

Then, Tutankhamun reigned 9 years from 2559AM, 1336BC to 2569AM, 1333BC.

Then, Aye for just 4yrs from 2569AM, 1333BC, to 2573AM, 1319BC.

In the year of death of King Suppiluliuma 2573AM, 1319BC, was ALSO death of Othniel, 1st Judge in Israel, who had begun his Judgeship 40yrs EARLIER in 2533AM, 1359BC.

Then, Horemheb reigned for 21yrs from 2573AM, 1319BC, to 2594AM, 1298BC.

Then, Ramesses I for just 1yr: 2594AM, 1298BC.

Then, Seti I for 17yrs from 2596AM, 1296BC, to 2613AM, 1279BC.

Then, Ramesses II for 66yrs from 2613AM, to 2679AM, 1213BC.

Then, his SON Merneptah for 12yrs from 2679AM, 1213BC, to 2691AM, 1201BC. The Merneptah 'Stela' was erected in the 5th year of Merneptah in 2684AM, 1208BC, and just 1yr later, in 2685AM, 1207BC, the 'annular' Solar eclipse #06607 occurred on 30 October (Julian)19 October (Gregorian) which WAS: JDay1280869.0517336. 30 Tishri 2555AM, by the Jewish Calendar count PLUS 130yrs (Intentional 'ERROR'), of R.Akiva & R.Halafta = 2685AM, 1207BC.

This reconstruction closely follows crystalinks & wikipedia Timeline of Egyptian Pharoahs.

Enjoy, again,

RPKillian
Monaco





  • re:Solar eclipse of 1207 BC helps to date Pharoahs Marianne Luban, Sat Nov 4 09:31
    Robert Killian wrote: "So, if this calculation of a early 'synchronization' of Secular and Biblical sequential timeline could be established, we could have at least this one point in time confirmed,... more
    • re: Solar eclipse of 1207 BC helps to date Pharoahs — Robert Killian, Sun Nov 5 03:06
      • I still have not seen an explanation of how the Moon in the west over the Valley of Ajalon, and the Sun in the east over Gibeon, can constitute a Solar Eclipse? To view this event the observation... more
        • Re: Solar eclipse of 1207 BC helps to date pharaohsMarianne Luban, Sun Nov 5 09:03
          Jon wrote: "I still have not seen an explanation of how the Moon in the west over the Valley of Ajalon, and the Sun in the east over Gibeon, can constitute a Solar Eclipse." See here. The moon is in... more
        • Re: Solar eclipse of 1207 BC helps to date PharoahsRobert Killian, Sun Nov 5 08:45
          For years I have assumed that the celestial mechanics of a Solar eclipse requires, in every case, that our Sun is obscured as our Moon 'passes' across the face of the Sun. It seems to me, in all... more
          • I'm sure Humphreys and Waddington also understand this, yet they make no attempt to explain why these two heavenly bodies described as being in separate regions of the sky can be interpreted as an... more
            • Re: Solar eclipse of 1207 BC helps to date PharoahsRobert Killian, Sun Nov 5 10:35
              Indeed, perhaps Humphreys and Waddington did understand the celestial mechanics of a Solar eclipse. However, I'm quite sure that they would have no idea of why a scribe/historian could divine the... more
    • re: Solar eclipse of 1207 BC helps to date PharohsRobert Killian, Sat Nov 4 11:23
      In my opinion,---You were correct to place the reign of Merneptah in 1207BCE. Doing so would be, I think, in the year of the death of Amuwanda III, 2685AM, 1207BCE, and ac. Suppilluma III, and 31st... more
      • re: Solar eclipse of 1207 BC helps to date PharohsMarianne Luban, Sat Nov 4 13:07
        Robert Killian: "In my opinion,---You were correct to place the reign of Merneptah in 1207BCE." No, I wasn't. Didn't you write here, just a couple of months ago, that you agreed with Joe Baker in... more
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