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Assuming thutmosis is required, the following results were found.

  • Moses and Hatshepsut

    prior to the Exodus. Therefore, it can be mathematically calculated that Moses was born ca. 1526 BC during the reign of Thutmosis I. Thutmosis I had a daughter, Hatshepsut, but no sons by his primary wife, Queen Ahmose. Little else is known about...
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  • Megiddo, The Place of Battles

    of where the road enters the hills. The world’s earliest recorded battle occurred here between Syrian princes and Pharaoh Thutmosis III (ca. 1469 BC). Judah’s king Josiah was fatally wounded when he confronted another pharaoh, Neco, near here ca. 609 BC...
  • The Woman Who Would Be King: National Geographic Review

    an abscessed tooth. This conclusion might militate against the commonly accepted theory offered in my article that Thutmosis III had Hatshepsut murdered. However, there is nothing to say that if Hatshepsut was in poor health Thutmosis III could not have...
  • The Name Yahweh in Egyptian Hieroglyphic Texts

    found in a variety 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...
  • The Dating of Hazor's Destruction in Joshua 11 Via Biblical, Archaeological, and Epigraphical Evidence

    contemporary with the end of Stratum 2 in the lower city, which may have been the result of the military campaign led by Thutmosis III."[56] The association between Stratum 2 of the lower city and Stratum XV on the tel-the level of the Late Bronze I...
  • The Bible According to Karnak

    and here he would have private meetings in his innermost chambers with thereigning Pharaoh. Michael Luddeni Beginning with Thutmosis I (18th Dynasty) and extending through the end of the 20th Dynasty, Pharaohs were buried in their New Kingdom-style...
  • The Exodus Controversy

    period so thoroughly that some of the names and the order of the Hyksos kings remain uncertain. Some time later Pharaoh Thutmosis III destroyed virtually all records relating to Queen Hatshepsut, the previous ruler, whom he despised. Visitors to her...
  • Egypt and the Bible

    bank in Upper Egypt, looking northwest. The first tomb in this royal cemetery was constructed by the 18th dynasty Pharaoh Thutmosis I (16th century BC). Dating from the 18h to the 20th dynasties, there are 62 different tombs carved into the mountainside...
  • Israel's Origins

    considerations. 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...
  • Amenhotep II as Pharaoh of the Exodus

    Doubleday. von Rad, G. 1962 Old Testament Theology. New York: Harper and Row. Redford, D.B. 1965 The Coregency between Thutmosis III and Amenophis II. Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. 51: 108–22. Rowley, H.H. 1950 From Joseph to Joshua. London: British...
  • For Dust Thou Art and Unto Dust Shalt Thou Return

    depicted the ancient Egyptian manufacturing process for mass-producing mudbricks, from the Tomb of Rekhmire, Vizier of Thutmosis III, in the Valley of the Nobles at Thebes. Water is collected from a tree-lined water source (left) and mixed by men with...
  • Mummy Cache Found in the Valley of the Kings

    field season. Titles such as 'Prince' and 'Princess' distinguish the buried as members of the families of the two pharaohs Thutmosis IV and Amenhotep III who are also buried in the Valley of Kings. Both pharaohs belonged to the 18th dynasty (New...

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