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Summary

Timeline from Noah to Christ based on the Genealogical records of the Bible. Major references shown. Other key references: Genesis 11. Correlation with Egyptian dynasties based on the work of Ashton and Down. See also Article on 'Joseph and Imhotep'. Dates given in this diagram are based on the ages and genealogies given in the Bible. Many scholars have only allowed for 215 years of Egyptian slavery for the Israelites. The Bible actualy says that the Israelites were in Egypt for a period of 430 years (Exodus 12:40). It can be calculated from the dates given in the Bible (Genesis Ch 11), that the flood occurred 582 years before Jacob entered Egypt (Jacob was 130 yrs old when he entered Egypt and Abraham was 100yrs old when he had Issac and Issac 60 yrs old when he had Jacob). Archaelogical evidence is increasingly pointing to the Exodus being in the 13th Egyptian Dynasty in 1445BC and this is confirmed by the Bible which says that Solomon began building the temple 480yrs after the Exodus (1Kings 6:1). If the Exodus date is correct, the flood of Noah would have occured around 2457 BC (1445+430+582). Using the Modern Chronology proposed by Ashton and Down, Egyptian Dynasties correlate well with the Bible. There is now a lot of achaeological evidence to suggest that the Israelites were slaves in Egypt during the 12th dynasty of Egypt and the Exodus occurred in the 13th dynasty. Menes is identified with Mizraim. Abimeleck was the Pharaoh of Abraham. Interestingly, Manetho, the priest/historian who listed the pharaohs and the durations of their reigns and grouped them into dynasties, equated Menes with Mizraim.

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current20:49, 26 August 2011Thumbnail for version as of 20:49, 26 August 20112,000 × 6,000 (305 KB)DrnhawkinsMenes is identified with Misraim. Abimaleck was the Pharaoh of Abraham. Interestingly, even Manetho, the priest/historian who listed the pharaohs and the durations of their reigns and grouped them into dynasties equated Menes with Mizraim.
08:06, 30 July 2011Thumbnail for version as of 08:06, 30 July 20112,000 × 6,000 (807 KB)DrnhawkinsTimeline from Noah to Christ based on the Genealogical records of the Bible. Major references shown. Other key references: Genesis 11. Correlation with Egyptian dynasties based on the work of Ashton and Down.See also Article on 'Joseph and Imhotep'. Dates

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