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  • Amenhotep II and the Historicity of the Exodus Pharaoh

    means, the present writer seeks to accomplish this goal by historical means, namely by examining the reign of Pharaoh Amenhotep II (ca. 1455-1418 BC),10 which coincides with that of the exodus-pharaoh if adhering to conventional views of Biblical and...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/exodus-from-egypt/3147-amenhotep-ii-and-the-historicity-of-the-exodus-pharaoh
  • Amenhotep II as Pharaoh of the Exodus

    died for a quarter of a century before him (Hatshepsut) and no Pharaoh died for another quarter of a century after him (Amenhotep II). Thus he appeared to be the Pharaoh whose death came closest to the Biblical date for the Exodus. Then also he died at...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/exodus-from-egypt/2455-amenhotep-ii-as-pharaoh-of-the-exodus
  • The Dating of Hazor's Destruction in Joshua 11 Via Biblical, Archaeological, and Epigraphical Evidence

    New-Kingdom (ca. 1560-1069 BC) pharaohs followed this example by compiling such lists also, among whom are Amenhotep II, Thutmose IV, Amenhotep III, Horemheb, Seti I, Ramses II, and Ramses III. One city on Thutmose III's conquest-lists is Hazor, meaning...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/conquest-of-canaan/2454-the-dating-of-hazors-destruction-in-joshua-11-via-biblical-archaeological-and-epigraphical-evidence
  • Recent Research on the Date and Setting of the Exodus

    runaway slaves. By not recording the event, it would be as if it had never happened (Wheeler 2002). Shea believes that Amenhotep II was the Pharaoh of the Exodus. Based on the high Egyptian chronology, Amenhotep II took the throne in 1450 BC,...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/exodus-from-egypt/3288-recent-research-on-the-date-and-setting-of-the-exodus
  • The Name Yahweh in Egyptian Hieroglyphic Texts

    of New Kingdom hieroglyphic texts including the military, administrative, and diplomatic documents of Thutmosis III, Amenhotep II, Thutmosis IV, Amenhotep III, Akhenaton, Seti I, Ramses II, Merneptah, and Rameses III. One of the most intriguing of the...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/exodus-from-egypt/3233-the-name-yahweh-in-egyptian-hieroglyphic-texts
  • Statue of Amenhotep III Found In Egypt

    likeness of King Tut's grandfather has been unearthed in Luxor, Egyptian officials said. Investigators found the statue of Amenhotep III while excavating on the site of a large temple on Luxor's west bank, Egypt's Supreme Council of Antiquities...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/current-events-list/4216-statue-of-amenhotep-iii-found-in-egypt
  • Amenhotep III

    https://biblearchaeology.org/component/tags/amenhotep-iii?Itemid=245
  • Amenhotep

    https://biblearchaeology.org/component/tags/amenhotep?Itemid=245
  • The Bible According to Karnak

    of war) and Khonsu (their divine offspring; the moon god). They still can be seen today within the Peristyle Court. Amenhotep III (18th Dynasty) greatly enlarged the temple as Amun’s private quarters, including the Great Colonnade and the Court of...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/exodus-from-egypt/3216-the-bible-according-to-karnak
  • Moses and Hatshepsut

    1446/7 BC, the Biblical date of the Exodus derived from a literal reading of 1 Kings 6:1, falls within the early reign of Amenhotep II. Amenhotep II was a particularly proud and boastful ruler. His personality corresponds with the Biblical portrayal of...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/exodus-from-egypt/3090-moses-and-hatshepsut
  • Israel in Egypt

    at Hebron AMENEMHET III. ca. 1843–1797 BC ca. 1805 BC Joseph dies and is “placed in a coffin in Egypt” MOSES 18th Dynasty AMENHOTEP I. ca. 1551–1524 BC ca. 1530 BC edict made by Pharaoh to kill all male Hebrew babies ca. 1526 BC Moses born TUTHMOSIS I....

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/patriarchal-era/3039-israel-in-egypt
  • New Evidence Supporting the Early (Biblical) Date of the Exodus and Conquest

    concluded, based on the spellings of the names, that they were copied from an earlier inscription from around the time of Amenhotep II(ca. 1453-1419). Israeli Egyptologist Raphael Giveon (1916-1985) previously dated the inscription to the reign of...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/conquest-of-canaan/3518-new-evidence-supporting-the-early-biblical-date-of-the-exodus-and-conquest
  • Dating Jericho's Destruction: Bienkowski is Wrong on All Counts

    be made) long after the kings themselves had died." The scarabs in question are those of Hatshepsut, Tuthmosis III and Amenhotep III.75 I would heartily agree with Bienkowski with regard to scarabs of Tuthmosis III and Amenhotep III, but the scarab of...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/conquest-of-canaan/2945-dating-jerichos-destruction-bienkowski-is-wrong-on-all-counts
  • New Find: Jerusalem's Oldest Hebrew Inscription

    mines. (3) A 2.4-cm-high Egyptian prism from Lachish ties the writings at Serabit not only to Egypt, but to the reign of Amenhotep II (1455–1418 BC), Thutmose III’s son (Olga Tufnell, Lachish IV: The Bronze Age [London: Oxford University Press, 1958],...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/contemporary-issues/2575-new-find-jerusalems-oldest-hebrew-inscription
  • For Dust Thou Art and Unto Dust Shalt Thou Return

    an ancient Egyptian brick mold as he produces sundried mudbricks for the reconstruction of the Mortuary Temple complex of Amenhotep III on the western bank of the Nile at Thebes. Photo: Mike Luddeni Research also suggested the appropriate proportion of...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/architecture-in-the-bible/3946-for-dust-thou-art-and-unto-dust-shalt-thou-return
  • The Old Testament and the Ancient Near East: Profits and Losses

    at ca. 1400 BC. A major find in 2013 was an Egyptian scarab which, based upon parallels, can be dated to the reign of Amenhotep II (ca. 1455–1418 BC). Though it is impossible to determine whenthe scarab was lost or deposited at Maqatir, the fact it was...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/ancient-near-eastern-studies/2368-the-old-testament-and-the-ancient-near-east-profits-and-losses
  • The Woman Who Would Be King: National Geographic Review

    theory that Thutmosis III defaced images of Queen Hatshepsut all across the country to support the legitimacy of his son, Amenhotep II, as heir to the throne. I find this assumption awkward since Egyptian records do not report that Hatshepsut gave birth...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/exodus-from-egypt/4013-the-woman-who-would-be-king-national-geographic-review
  • Israel's Origins

    For instance, there is the unintentional preparation for Israel¹s entry in to Canaan by the Egyptians. Thutmosis III and Amenhotep II rampaged through the land on one campaign after another. Scribes wrote long lists of lowland cities these pharaohs...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/founders-corner/3432-israels-origins
  • New Light on the 'Forgotten' Conquest

    a great many unwalled villages (Dt 3:4-5). Edrei appears in the records of Tuthmosis III (ca. 1483 BC) (Wilson 1969: 242), Amenhotep III (ca. 1386-1349 BC) and Ramesses II (ca. 1279-1212 BC) (Ah?ituv 1984: 90; Amenhotep III and Ramesses II may simply...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/conquest-of-canaan/3630-new-light-on-the-forgotten-conquest
  • Archaeology and the Bible

    concluded, based on the spellings of the names, that they were copied from an earlier inscription from around the time of Amenhotep II (ca. 1453-1419). Israeli Egyptologist Raphael Giveon (1916-1985) previously dated the inscription to the reign of...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/videos-and-audio/4034-archaeology-and-the-bible

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