Robert Killian
Re: Dynasty 15
Sat Aug 18, 2018 03:46
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Marianne,

In my 'Chronicle':
Ac. Shamshi-Adad 2078AM, + 33 =2111AM, OR 1792BC, 1781BC.
Ac.Hammurabi 2100AM, + 42 = 2142AM, OR 1792BC, 2142AM, 1750BC.
Ac. Tao II 2334AM, + 4 = 2342AM, OR 1558BC, 1554BC.
Ac. Ahmose I 2342AM, + 25 = 2368AM, OR 1549BC, 1524BC.

Birth: Moses 2368AM, + 80 = 2448AM, OR 1524BC, 1444BC.
40yrs TO Joshua "crossing the Jordan IN: 2488AM, 1404BC.

Ac. Apepi 2302AM, + 40 = 2350AM, OR 1590BC, 1542BC.
Ac. Khamundi 2350AM, + = 2360AM, OR 1542BC, 1532BC.

Birth: Joshua 2406AM, + 110 = 2516AM, OR 1486BC, 1376BC.

Ac. Hatshepsut 2419AM, + 15 = 2434AM, OR 1473BC, 1458BC.

Exodus: 2448AM, + 40 = 2488AM, OR 1444BC, 1404BC.

For "full" color-copy of this "Chronicle" please request yours at:---rkillian@libello.com ---at your convenience.

Enjoy,

Robert P. Killian
Monaco



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    • Re: Dynasty 15 — Robert Killian, Sat Aug 18 03:46
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