Timeline 1341 BC – 1440 BC King Eglon (Moab) King Ashur-uballit I (Assyria) King Cushan-Rishathaim (Mesopotamia) King Og (Bashan) Othniel (Judges) also Moses Aaron Joshua Caleb – Wandering in the Wilderness

YearEvents and Comments
Prior:Timeline 1271 BC – 1340 BC
1341 BC105th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Assyria emerges as a major power under Ashur-uballit I (1363 – 1328 BC).

Israel served King Eglon 18 years Year 10 King of Moab

Pharaoh Akhenaten 1353–1336 BC, 1351–1334 BC (18th Dynasty of Egypt)
1342 BC104th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Assyria emerges as a major power under Ashur-uballit I (1363 – 1328 BC).

Israel served King Eglon 18 years Year 9 King of Moab

Pharaoh Akhenaten 1353–1336 BC, 1351–1334 BC (18th Dynasty of Egypt)
1343 BC103rd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Assyria emerges as a major power under Ashur-uballit I (1363 – 1328 BC).

Israel served King Eglon 18 years Year 8 King of Moab

Pharaoh Akhenaten 1353–1336 BC, 1351–1334 BC (18th Dynasty of Egypt)
1344 BC102nd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Assyria emerges as a major power under Ashur-uballit I (1363 – 1328 BC).

Israel served King Eglon 18 years Year 7

Pharaoh Akhenaten 1353–1336 BC, 1351–1334 BC (18th Dynasty of Egypt)
1345 BC101st year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Assyria emerges as a major power under Ashur-uballit I (1363 – 1328 BC).

Israel served King Eglon 18 years Year 6

Pharaoh Akhenaten 1353–1336 BC, 1351–1334 BC (18th Dynasty of Egypt)
1346 BC100th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Assyria emerges as a major power under Ashur-uballit I (1363 – 1328 BC).

Israel served King Eglon 18 years Year 5

Pharaoh Akhenaten 1353–1336 BC, 1351–1334 BC (18th Dynasty of Egypt)
1347 BC99th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Assyria emerges as a major power under Ashur-uballit I (1363 – 1328 BC).

Israel served King Eglon 18 years Year 4

Pharaoh Akhenaten 1353–1336 BC, 1351–1334 BC (18th Dynasty of Egypt)
1348 BC98th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Assyria emerges as a major power under Ashur-uballit I (1363 – 1328 BC).

Israel served King Eglon 18 years Year 3

Pharaoh Akhenaten 1353–1336 BC, 1351–1334 BC (18th Dynasty of Egypt)
1349 BC97th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Assyria emerges as a major power under Ashur-uballit I (1363 – 1328 BC).

Israel served King Eglon 18 years Year 2

Pharaoh Akhenaten 1353–1336 BC, 1351–1334 BC (18th Dynasty of Egypt)
1350 BC

Moabite King Eglon rules over Israel
96th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Assyria emerges as a major power under Ashur-uballit I (1363 – 1328 BC).

Israel served King Eglon 18 years Year 1

Pharaoh Akhenaten 1353–1336 BC, 1351–1334 BC (18th Dynasty of Egypt)
1351 BC

Judge Othniel, son of Kenaz of the tribe of Judah dies.
1351 BC: Othniel died▼, he had judged Israel for 40 years. After his death the children of Israel again did evil in the sight of God and served and worshiped the Baals and Asherahs. So the Lord gave them into the hand of King Eglon of Moab for 18 years. [Jud 3:8]

Assyria emerges as a major power under Ashur-uballit I (1363 – 1328 BC).

95th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Pharaoh Akhenaten 1353–1336 BC, 1351–1334 BC (18th Dynasty of Egypt)

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)▼
1352 BC94th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Assyria emerges as a major power under Ashur-uballit I (1363 – 1328 BC).

Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 40
Othniel was married to Caleb’s daughter Achsah.

Pharaoh Akhenaten 1353–1336 BC, 1351–1334 BC (18th Dynasty of Egypt)

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1353 BC93rd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Assyria emerges as a major power under Ashur-uballit I (1363 – 1328 BC).

Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 39

Pharaoh Akhenaten 1353–1336 BC, 1351–1334 BC (18th Dynasty of Egypt)▲

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 ▼or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1354 BC92nd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Assyria emerges as a major power under Ashur-uballit I (1363 – 1328 BC).

Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 38

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1355 BC91st year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Assyria emerges as a major power under Ashur-uballit I (1363 – 1328 BC).

Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 37

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1356 BC90th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Assyria emerges as a major power under Ashur-uballit I (1363 – 1328 BC).
Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 36

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1357 BC89th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Assyria emerges as a major power under Ashur-uballit I (1363 – 1328 BC).
Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 35

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1358 BC88th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Assyria emerges as a major power under Ashur-uballit I (1363 – 1328 BC).
Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 34

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1359 BC87th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Assyria emerges as a major power under Ashur-uballit I (1363 – 1328 BC).
Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 33

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1360 BC86th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Assyria emerges as a major power under Ashur-uballit I (1363 – 1328 BC).
Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 32

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1361 BC85th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Assyria emerges as a major power under Ashur-uballit I (1363 – 1328 BC).
Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 31

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1362 BC84th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Assyria emerges as a major power under Ashur-uballit I (1363 – 1328 BC).
Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 30

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1363 BCAssyria emerges as a major power under Ashur-uballit I (1363 – 1328 BC).

83rd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 29

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1364 BC

82nd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 28

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1365 BC

81st year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 27

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1366 BC

80th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 26

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1367 BC

79th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 25

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1368 BC

78th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 24

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1369 BC77th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 23

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1370 BC76th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 22

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1371 BC75th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 21

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1372 BC74th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 20

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1373 BC73rd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 19

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1374 BC72nd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 18

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1375 BC1375 BC, which was visible in the city of Ugarit (located in present Syrian Arab Republic)

71st year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 17

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1376 BC70th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 16

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1377 BC69th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 15

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1378 BC68th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 14

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1379 BC67th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 13

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1380 BC66th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 12

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1381 BC65th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 11

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1382 BC64th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 10

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1383 BC63rd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 9

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1384 BC62nd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 8

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1385 BC61st year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 7

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1386 BC60th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 6

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1387 BC59th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 5

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1388 BC58th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 4

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC▲ (18th Dynasty)
1389 BC57th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 3

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1390 BC56th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 2

Amenhotep III 1391–1353 or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)
1391 BC1391 BC: The children of Israel cried out and God sent them a deliverer. Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb. He defeated the Mesopotamians and judged the Israelites. [Jud 3:9]

55th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Othniel, the younger brother of Caleb: Judged Israel for 40 years year 1

Amenhotep III 1391–1353▲ or 1388–1351 BC (18th Dynasty)


Thutmoses IV 1401 – 1391 BC▼ or 1397 – 1388 BC (18th Dynasty)
1392 BC54th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Israel serves King Cushan-Rishathaim Year 7 of Mesopotamia

Thutmoses IV 1401 – 1391 BC or 1397 – 1388 BC (18th Dynasty)
1393 BC53rd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Israel serves King Cushan-Rishathaim Year 6 of Mesopotamia

Thutmoses IV 1401 – 1391 BC or 1397 – 1388 BC (18th Dynasty)
1394 BC52nd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Israel serves King Cushan-Rishathaim Year 5 of Mesopotamia

Thutmoses IV 1401 – 1391 BC or 1397 – 1388 BC (18th Dynasty)
1395 BC51st year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Israel serves King Cushan-Rishathaim Year 4 of Mesopotamia

Thutmoses IV 1401 – 1391 BC or 1397 – 1388 BC (18th Dynasty)
1396 BC50th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Israel serves King Cushan-Rishathaim Year 3 of Mesopotamia

Thutmoses IV 1401 – 1391 BC or 1397 – 1388 BC (18th Dynasty)
1397 BC49th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Israel serves King Cushan-Rishathaim Year 2of Mesopotamia

Thutmoses IV 1401 – 1391 BC or 1397 – 1388 BC (18th Dynasty)

Amenhotep II 1427–1401 BC or 1427–1397▼, BC (18th Dynasty)
1398 BC48th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Israel serves King Cushan-Rishathaim Year 1 of Mesopotamia

Thutmoses IV 1401 – 1391 BC or 1397 – 1388 BC (18th Dynasty)

Amenhotep II 1427–1401 BC or 1427–1397 BC (18th Dynasty)
1399 BC

Joshua dies -Israel receives their inheritance
1399 BC: After Joshua and all the leaders died, the children of Israel began to worship and serve other gods. The Lord became very angry and tells them they will have to serve King Cushan-Rishathaim of Mesopotamia for 8 years.

47th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

1399 BC: Joshua died at the age of 110 after he gives the children of Israel their inheritance the promised land. [Jos 24:29]

1399 BC: Caleb is now 85 years old (he was 40 when Moses sent the spies to Canaan [Jos 14:10])

Thutmoses IV 1401 – 1391 BC or 1397 – 1388 BC (18th Dynasty)

Amenhotep II 1427–1401 ▼BC or 1427–1397 BC (18th Dynasty)
1400 BC1400 BC: The name Jerusalem appears in diplomatic correspondence as “Urusalim” in the Amarna Letters.

46th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Joshua 109 / Caleb 84 years of age

1400 BC—Palace of Minos destroyed by fire. the largest Bronze Age archaeological site on Crete and probably the ceremonial and political center of the Minoan civilization and culture.

Thutmoses IV 1401 – 1391 BC or 1397 – 1388 BC (18th Dynasty)

Amenhotep II 1427–1401 BC or 1427–1397 BC (18th Dynasty)
1401 BC45th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Joshua 108 / Caleb 83 years of age

Thutmoses IV 1401 ▲ – 1391 BC or 1397 – 1388 BC (18th Dynasty)

Amenhotep II 1427–1401 BC or 1427–1397 BC (18th Dynasty)▼
1402 BC44th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Joshua 107 / Caleb 82 years of age

Amenhotep II 1427–1401 BC or 1427–1397 BC (18th Dynasty)
1403 BC

~1403 BC Joshua commands the sun to stand still.
~1403 BC Joshua commands the sun to stand still.

Joshua 106 / Caleb 81 years of age

Joshua 10: 12-13 Then Joshua spoke to the LORD in the day when the LORD delivered up the Amorites before the children of Israel, and he said in the sight of Israel: “Sun, stand still over Gibeon;  And Moon, in the Valley of Aijalon.”  So the sun stood still, And the moon stopped, till the people had revenge Upon their enemies.

43rd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

~1403 BC: Joshua makes a peace treaty with the Gibeonites. The five kings of the Amorites, the king of Jerusalem, the king of Hebron, the king of Jarmuth, the king of Lachish, and the king of Eglon, gathered together against Gibeon. God kills the Amorites with hailstones.

Amenhotep II 1427–1401 BC or 1427–1397 BC (18th Dynasty)
1404 BC

End of the Exodus – Beginning of the Judges

BEGINNING OF THE JUDGES OF ISRAEL▲ END OF THE EXODUS ▼

Joshua 105 / Caleb 80 years of age

42nd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

~1404 BC: Joshua is defeated by the Amorites because of Achan. Achan is stoned and burned. Joshua defeats Ai.

Amenhotep II 1427–1401 BC or 1427–1397 BC (18th Dynasty)
1405 BC~1405 BC: Jericho falls.
Joshua 104 / Caleb 79 years of age

41st year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Amenhotep II 1427–1401 BC or 1427–1397 BC (18th Dynasty)
1406 BC

Aaron dies on Mt. Hor

Moses dies on Mt. Nebo

40th and last year of wandering in the desert.

Joshua leads.
◄1406 BC: Joshua and the Children of Israel crossed the Jordan River (the river connecting the Dead Sea with the Sea of Galilee)… heading for Jericho. [Josh 3:1] God had dried up the waters that they might cross over. 2nd generation is circumcised.

1406 BC: Joshua sent two spies to Jericho. [Josh 2:1]

1406 BC: Joshua is now the leader. So the days of weeping and mourning for Moses ended. Joshua is now the leader of the children of Israel. [Deu 34:8-9]

1406 BC: Moses died on his 120th birthday on Mt. Nebo. His eyes were not dim nor his natural vigor abated. The children of Israel wept for Moses in the plains of Moab for 30 days. [Deu 31:1-1; 32:48-52; 34:7-8] Sometime before he died, Moses wrote the Torah, the first 5 books of the Bible. He probably learned about the Creation and the Fall from his grandfather Levi.  Shem died when Moses’ great-great grandfather Isaac was 50 years old.  Isaac lived to be 180 years old and would have told his sons, his 12 grandsons, and his granddaughter all about the pre-Flood world.   (Adam-Methuselah-Shem-Issac-Levi-Moses) [these are the large amount of generations that would be heard based on lifespans of the generations when men lived 800-900 years)

Aug 30, 1406 BC: The time of mourning for Aaron is finished

Nu. 20:29 Now when all the congregation saw that Aaron was dead, all the house of Israel mourned for Aaron thirty days.

July 3,1406 BC (Aug 1, 1406 BC): Aaron died (because he didn’t trust God’s command). The 40 years of wilderness wandering is over. Aaron went up to Mt. Hor at the command of the Lord, and died there in the 40th year after the children of Israel had come out of the land of Egypt, on the 1st day of the 5th month (Av). Aaron was 123 years old when he died. The whole congregation mourned for him 30 days.[Num 33: 38-39]

Amenhotep II 1427–1401 BC or 1427–1397 BC (18th Dynasty)

Moses is 120 / Joshua 103 / Caleb 78 years of age
40th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
The 40th and last year of wandering
1407 BC

Last Giant on Earth dies, King Og. The Nephilim.
1407 BC: The last Giant on the Earth dies. King Og, the only remaining giant [Deu 3:11], had an iron bedstead that was 9 cubits long and 4 cubits wide. According to the short cubit, King Og’s bed was 13.5 ft in length and 6 ft wide. Also remember the Jewish year begins with April… so March would be the 11th month.

(There were a number of tribes such as the Rephaim, the Emim, the Horim, and Zamsummim, that were giants. The kingdom of Og, the King of Bashan, was the “land of the giants.” Later, we also find Arba, Anak, and his seven sons (the “Anakim”) also as giants, along with the famed Goliath and his four brothers.

Genesis 6 indicates that the “sons of God” (B’nai Elohim) took wives of the “daughters of men,” which gave birth to the “Nephilim.” The B’nai Elohim is a term that refers to angels. It occurs four times in the Old Testament and is rendered “Angels of God” in the ancient Septuagint translation. The intrusion of certain angels into the human family resulted in unnatural offspring termed Nephilim, which derives from the Hebrew naphal (to fall), or the Fallen Ones. (The Greek Septuagint renders this term gigantes, which actually means “earth-born” and since they were giants, the word “giant” came to take on the meaning of their size.)

39th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Amenhotep II 1427–1401 BC or 1427–1397 BC (18th Dynasty)

Wandering year 39
1408 BC38th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Wandering year 38

Amenhotep II 1427–1401 BC or 1427–1397 BC (18th Dynasty)
1409 BC37th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Wandering year 37

April 16, 1409 BC Lunar Saros 38 begins

Amenhotep II 1427–1401 BC or 1427–1397 BC (18th Dynasty)
1410 BC36th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Wandering year 36

Amenhotep II 1427–1401 BC or 1427–1397 BC (18th Dynasty)
1411 BC35th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Wandering year 35

Amenhotep II 1427–1401 BC or 1427–1397 BC (18th Dynasty)
1412 BC34th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Wandering year 34

Amenhotep II 1427–1401 BC or 1427–1397 BC (18th Dynasty)
1413 BC33rd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Wandering year 33

Amenhotep II 1427–1401 BC or 1427–1397 BC (18th Dynasty)
1414 BC32nd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Wandering year 32

Amenhotep II 1427–1401 BC or 1427–1397 BC (18th Dynasty)
1415 BC1413 BC: Amenhotep III Star Chart May – June

31st year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Wandering year 31

Amenhotep II 1427–1401 BC or 1427–1397 BC (18th Dynasty)
1416 BC30th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Wandering year 30

Amenhotep II 1427–1401 BC or 1427–1397 BC (18th Dynasty)
1417 BC29th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Wandering year 29

Amenhotep II 1427–1401 BC or 1427–1397 BC (18th Dynasty)
1418 BC28th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Wandering year 28

Amenhotep II 1427–1401 BC or 1427–1397 BC (18th Dynasty)
1419 BC27th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Wandering year 27

Amenhotep II 1427–1401 BC or 1427–1397 BC (18th Dynasty)
1420 BC26th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Wandering year 26

Amenhotep II 1427–1401 BC or 1427–1397 BC (18th Dynasty)
1421 BC25th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Wandering year 25

Amenhotep II 1427–1401 BC or 1427–1397 BC (18th Dynasty)
1422 BC24th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Wandering year 24

Amenhotep II 1427–1401 BC or 1427–1397 BC (18th Dynasty)
1423 BC23rd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Wandering year 23

Amenhotep II 1427–1401 BC or 1427–1397 BC (18th Dynasty)
1424 BC22nd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Wandering year 22

Amenhotep II 1427–1401 BC or 1427–1397 BC (18th Dynasty)
1425 BC21th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Wandering year 21

Amenhotep II 1427–1401 BC or 1427–1397 BC (18th Dynasty)
1426 BC20th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Wandering year 20

Amenhotep II 1427–1401 BC or 1427–1397 BC (18th Dynasty)
1427 BC19th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Wandering year 19

Amenhotep II 1427▲–1401 BC or 1427▲–1397 BC (18th Dynasty)

Thutmose III 1479–1425 BC (Eighteenth Dynasty)
1428 BC18th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1z
Wandering year 18

Thutmose III 1479–1425 BC (Eighteenth Dynasty)
1429 BC17th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Wandering year 17

Thutmose III 1479–1425 BC (Eighteenth Dynasty)
1430 BC16th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Wandering year 16.

Thutmose III 1479–1425 BC (Eighteenth Dynasty)

The rewriting of Hatshepsut’s history. Were her images erased due to Egyptian shame of the Hebrews crossing the Red Sea and the annihilation of the Egyptian army?
1431 BC15th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Wandering year 15

Thutmose III 1479–1425 BC (Eighteenth Dynasty)
1432 BC14th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Wandering year 14

Thutmose III 1479–1425 BC (Eighteenth Dynasty)
1433 BC13th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Wandering year 13

Thutmose III 1479–1425 BC (Eighteenth Dynasty)
1434 BC12th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Wandering year 12

Thutmose III 1479–1425 BC (Eighteenth Dynasty)
1435 BC11th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Wandering year 11

Thutmose III 1479–1425 BC (Eighteenth Dynasty)
1436 BC10th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Wandering year 10

Thutmose III 1479–1425 BC (Eighteenth Dynasty)
1437 BC9th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Wandering year 9

Thutmose III 1479–1425 BC (Eighteenth Dynasty)
1438 BC8th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Wandering year 8

Thutmose III 1479–1425 BC (Eighteenth Dynasty)
1439 BC7th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Wandering year 7

Thutmose III 1479–1425 BC (Eighteenth Dynasty)
1440 BCThe early monarchs reign at Ur: Kara-Indas was contemporary with Asshur-bel-nisisu, 1440 B.C http://www.bible-history.com/faussets/B/Babel/

6th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Wandering year 6

Thutmose III 1479–1425 BC (Eighteenth Dynasty)
Cont:See Timeline 1441 BC – 1450 BC
1341 BC – 1440 BC

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