Tory
Re: V. Spaeth and the Birth of Moses
Sun Feb 17, 2008 06:51
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So Moshe, born according to Spaeth in 1534, was the historical Senenmut. It seems like that is where Spaeth is headed from what little of his website I have read? There is at least one orthodox rabbi I am aware of who would agree about the identities (not the dates) and who has published his ideas on this.

  • V. Spaeth and the Birth of MosesMarianne Luban, Sun Feb 17 05:52
    Another conjunction and date from the very interesting Von Spaeth: http://www.moses-egypt.net/book1/moses1-cap1_en.asp
    • Re: V. Spaeth and the Birth of Moses — Tory, Sun Feb 17 06:51
      • Re: V. Spaeth and the Birth of MosesMarianne Luban, Sun Feb 17 09:38
        Tory: So Moshe, born according to Spaeth in 1534, was the historical Senenmut. It seems like that is where Spaeth is headed from what little of his website I have read? There is at least one orthodox ... more
        • Re: V. Spaeth and the Birth of MosesMarianne Luban, Sun Feb 17 10:34
          Oh--and BTW, in my own work, "The Exodus Chronicles: Beliefs, Legends & Rumors from Antiquity Regarding the Exodus of the Jews from Egypt" [2003] I also proposed Senenmut as a candidate for... more
          • Re: V. Spaeth and the Birth of MosesMarianne Luban, Sun Feb 17 22:29
            You know, this is pretty wild. That date for the birth of Moses works out every time. The Torah says that Moses didn't return to Egypt until he was 80 "because all who had sought his life were dead". ... more
            • But, as usual--disagreement even in antiquityMarianne Luban, Tue Feb 19 06:14
              Naturally, wouldn't you know that some ancient authors, like Eusebius and Artapanus failed to believe that the Hebrews left Egypt 430 years after they had arrived--and that's one of the reasons... more
              • But, as usual -- disagreement in antiquityCullom, Tue Feb 19 19:50
                Hello Marianne, Your comments are very interesting and informative. I think the church historians engaged in a bit of historical revision for political as well as religious reasons. It might have... more
                • Re: But, as usual -- disagreement in antiquityMarianne Luban, Tue Feb 19 23:55
                  Cullom: I think the church historians engaged in a bit of historical revision for political as well as religious reasons. It might have seemed preferrable to have Moses and God best a famous king of... more
                  • But, as usual -- disagreement in antiquityCullom, Wed Feb 20 18:23
                    Hello Marianne, Do you know of any king besides Ahmose and Amenhotep I during the period in question who was succeeded by a son-in-law? I suppose Thutmosis II was succeeded by a son-in-law since his... more
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