Timeline 1171 BC – 1270 BC Gideon Ehud Deborah Ramesses II Ramesses III King Jabin of Canaan Sisera General of Canaan

YearEvents and Comments
PriorTimeline 1071 BC – 1170 BC
1171 BC275th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Gideon judged for 40 years. Year 15

Ramesses III 1186 to 1155 BC
1172 BC274th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Gideon judged for 40 years. Year 14

Ramesses III 1186 to 1155 BC
1173 BC273rd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Gideon judged for 40 years. Year 13

Ramesses III 1186 to 1155 BC
1174 BC272nd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Gideon judged for 40 years. Year 12

Ramesses III 1186 to 1155 BC
1175 BC271st year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Gideon judged for 40 years. Year 11

Ramesses III 1186 to 1155 BC was also compelled to fight invading Libyan tribesmen in two major campaigns in Egypt’s Western Delta in his Year 6 and Year 11 respectively
1176 BC270th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Gideon judged for 40 years. Year 10

Ramesses III 1186 to 1155 BC
1177 BC269th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Gideon judged for 40 years. Year 9

Ramesses III 1186 to 1155 BC
1178 BC268th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Gideon judged for 40 years. Year 8

Yr 8 of Ramses III The Sea Peoples invaded Egypt by land and sea. Ramesses III claims that he incorporated the Sea Peoples as subject peoples and settled them in Southern Canaan, although there is no clear evidence to this effect; the pharaoh, unable to prevent their gradual arrival in Canaan, may have claimed that it was his idea to let them reside in this territory. Their presence in Canaan may have contributed to the formation of new states in this region such as Philistia after the collapse of the Egyptian Empire in Asia.

1178 BC, April 16—A solar eclipse occurs. This may have marked the return of Odysseus, legendary King of Ithaca, to his kingdom after the Trojan War. He discovers a number of suitors competing to marry his wife Penelope, whom they believe to be a widow, in order to succeed him on the throne. He organizes their slaying and re-establishes himself on the throne. The date is surmised from a passage in Homer’s Odyssey, which reads, “The Sun has been obliterated from the sky, and an unlucky darkness invades the world.” This happens in the context of a new moon and at noon, both necessary preconditions for a full solar eclipse. In 2008, to investigate, Dr Marcelo O. Magnasco, an astronomer at Rockefeller University, and Constantino Baikouzis, of the Observatorio Astrónomico de La Plata in Argentina, looked for more clues. Within the text, they interpreted three definitive astronomical events: there was a new moon on the day of the slaughter (as required for a solar eclipse); Venus was visible and high in the sky six days before; and the constellations Pleiades and Boötes were both visible at sunset 29 days before. Since these events recur at different intervals, this particular sequence should be unique: the doctors found only one occurrence of this sequence while searching between 1250 and 1115 BC, the 135-year spread around the putative date for the fall of Troy. It coincided with the eclipse of April 16, 1178 BC.

Ramesses III 1186 to 1155 BC
1179 BC267th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Gideon judged for 40 years. Year 7

Ramesses III 1186 to 1155 BC
1180 BC1180 BC: Beginning of the collapse of the Hittite Empire. Their capital, Hattusa, falls around or slightly after 1180 BC.

266th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Gideon judged for 40 years. Year 6


Captive Philistine warriors from a wall relief at Medinet Habu, Egypt, 1185-1152 BC
Photograph by Glasshouse Images, Alamy
(Note: the headdress, kilts, arm bands on the neck, and easy arm movements.)

“We have evidence that culture from present Europe is represented in Tell Abu al-Kharaz. A group of the Sea Peoples of European descent, the Philistines, settled down in the city,” Prof Fischer said.
http://www.sci-news.com/archaeology/science-tell-abu-al-kharaz-sea-people-01723.html

A group of Sea Peoples, most likely Philistines, is depicted in this detail from a relief at the mortuary temple of Ramses III in Luxor, Egypt. The pharaoh battled the mysterious coalition of tribes around 1180 B.C.

Ramesses III was also compelled to fight invading Libyan tribesmen in two major campaigns in Egypt’s Western Delta in his Year 6 and Year 11 respectively

The archaeologists have unearthed a large, well-preserved building, dating back from 1100 BC, with containers still filled with various seeds.

Tell Abu al-Kharaz (‘Mound of the Father of Beads’) is located in the Jordan Valley, close to the border to Israel and the West Bank. The settlement was identified with the biblical city of Jabesh Gilead.
The site has been excavated during 1989-2013 under the direction of Prof Peter Fischer.
The scientists said the new finds support the theory that groups of the so-called Sea Peoples emigrated to Tell Abu al-Kharaz.

Ramesses III 1186 to 1155 BC
1181 BC265th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Gideon judged for 40 years. Year 5

1181 BC—Menestheus▼, legendary King of Athens and veteran of the Trojan War, dies after a reign of 23 years and is succeeded by his nephew Demophon▲, a son of Theseus. Other accounts place his death a decade earlier and during the Trojan War (see 1190s BC).

Ramesses III 1186 to 1155 BC
1182 BC264th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Gideon judged for 40 years. Year 4

1182 BC, a desperate letter of Ammurapi, the last king of Ugarit, reporting the approaching fleet of the Peoples of the Sea. Shortly thereafter they destroyed both Ugarit and Alasiya (Cyprus).

Ramesses III 1186 to 1155 BC
1183 BC263rd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Gideon judged for 40 years. Year 3

Ramesses III 1186 to 1155 BC
1184 BC262nd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Gideon judged for 40 years. Year 2

1184 BC, April 24—Traditional date of the fall of Troy.

Ramesses III 1186 to 1155 BC
1185 BC261st year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Gideon judged for 40 years. Year 1

Pharaoh Ramesses III 1186–1155 BC (20th Dynasty)
1186 BC260th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Midian oppressed Israel for 7 years. [Jud 5:31; 6:1] Year 7

and the hand of Midian prevailed against Israel. Because of the Midianites, the children of Israel made for themselves the dens, the caves, and the strongholds which are in the mountains. So it was, whenever Israel had sown, Midianites would come up; also Amalekites and the people of the East would come up against them. Then they would encamp against them and destroy the produce of the earth as far as Gaza, and leave no sustenance for Israel, neither sheep nor ox nor donkey. For they would come up with their livestock and their tents, coming in as numerous as locusts; both they and their camels were [a]without number; and they would enter the land to destroy it. So Israel was greatly impoverished because of the Midianites, and the children of Israel cried out to the Lord.

1186 BC: Israel was greatly impoverished because of the Midianites, and the children of Israel cried out to the Lord. the Lord sent Gideon and he defeated the Midianites with 300 men.

Pharaoh Ramesses III 1186–1155 BC (20th Dynasty) ▲

Pharaoh Setnakhte 1189–1186 BC (Twentieth Dynasty) ▼
1187 BC259th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Midian oppressed Israel for 7 years. [Jud 5:31; 6:1] Year 6

Pharaoh Setnakhte 1189–1186 BC (Twentieth Dynasty) ▼
1188 BC258th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Midian oppressed Israel for 7 years. [Jud 5:31; 6:1] Year 5

Pharaoh Setnakhte 1189–1186 BC (Twentieth Dynasty) ▼
1189 BC257th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Midian oppressed Israel for 7 years. [Jud 5:31; 6:1] Year 4

Pharaoh Setnakhte 1189–1186 BC (Twentieth Dynasty) ▲

Pharaoh Twosret 1191–1189 BC (19th Dynasty) ▼
1190 BC256th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Midian oppressed Israel for 7 years. [Jud 5:31; 6:1] Year 3

Pharaoh Twosret 1191–1189 BC (19th Dynasty)
1191 BC255th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Pharaoh Twosret 1191–1189 BC (19th Dynasty) ▲

Pharaoh Siptah 1197 – 1191 BC (19th Dynasty) ▼

Midian oppressed Israel for 7 years. [Jud 5:31; 6:1] Year 2

1191 BC—Menestheus, legendary King of Athens, dies during the Trojan War after a reign of 23 years and is succeeded by his nephew Demophon, a son of Theseus. Other accounts place his death a decade later and shortly after the Trojan War (see 1180s BC).


1192 BC254th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Midian oppressed Israel for 7 years. [Jud 5:31; 6:1] Year 1

In Egypt: Bay was executed on Siptah’s orders during Year 5 of this king’s reign.

Pharaoh Siptah 1197 – 1191 BC (19th Dynasty)

1192 BC—Wu Ding king of Shang Dynasty died.▼
1193 BC1193BC: Deborah died▼, and Israel had rest for 40 years. But, again the children of Israel did evil in the sight of the Lord. So He delivered them into the hand of Midian for 7 years. [Jud 5:31; 6:1]

253rd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 40

Pharaoh Siptah 1197 – 1191 BC (19th Dynasty)
1194 BC252nd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 39

1194 BC—The beginning of the legendary Trojan War.

Pharaoh Siptah 1197 – 1191 BC (19th Dynasty)
1195 BC251st year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 38

Pharaoh Siptah 1197 – 1191 BC (19th Dynasty)
1196 BC250th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 37

Pharaoh Siptah 1197 – 1191 BC (19th Dynasty)
1197 BC249th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 36

Pharaoh Siptah 1197 – 1191 BC (19th Dynasty)▲

Seti II 1203–1197 BC (19th Dynasty)▼
1198 BC248th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 35

Seti II 1203–1197 BC (19th Dynasty)
1199 BC247the year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 34

Seti II 1203–1197 BC (19th Dynasty)
1200 BC246th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 33

Seti II 1203–1197 BC (19th Dynasty)
1201 BC245th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 32

Seti II 1203–1197 BC (19th Dynasty)
1202 BC244th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 31

Seti II 1203–1197 BC (19th Dynasty)
1203 BC243rd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 30

Seti II 1203–1197 BC (19th Dynasty)▲

Pharaoh Merneptah (1213 BC – May 2, 1203 BC)▼

1204 BC242nd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 29

Pharaoh Merneptah (1213 BC – May 2, 1203 BC)

1205 BC241st year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 28
Pharaoh Merneptah (1213 BC – May 2, 1203 BC)

1206 BC

Mystery of the inscription “Israel did not waste her seed.”
240th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 27

Pharaoh Merneptah (1213 BC – May 2, 1203 BC)

The Merneptah Stele, dated to about 1206 B.C. and now housed at the Cairo Museum, offers the earliest historical evidence of a people called Israel. Israel did not waste her seed.
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/ancient/archeology-hebrew-bible.html



1207 BC




239th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 26

Pharaoh Merneptah (1213 BC – May 2, 1203 BC)

Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.)

1208 BC238th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 25

Pharaoh Merneptah (1213 BC – May 2, 1203 BC)

Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.)

1209 BC237th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 24

Pharaoh Merneptah (1213 BC – May 2, 1203 BC)

Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.)

1210 BC236th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 23

1210 BC—Accession of legendary Magadhan king Subrata of the Brihadrata dynasty.

Pharaoh Merneptah (1213 BC – May 2, 1203 BC)

Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.)

1211 BC235th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 22

Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.)

Pharaoh Merneptah (1213 BC – May 2, 1203 BC)
1212 BC234th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 21


Pharaoh Merneptah (1213 BC – May 2, 1203 BC)

Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.)

1213 BC233rd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 20

Pharaoh Merneptah (1213 BC – May 2, 1203 BC)▲

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)▼

Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.)

1214 BC232nd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 19

Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.)

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1215 BC231st year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 18

Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.)

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1216 BC230th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 17

Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.)

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1217 BC229th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 16


Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.)

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1218 BC228th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 15

Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.)

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1219 BC227th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 14

Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.)

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1220 BC226th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 13

Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.)

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1221 BC225th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 12

Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.)

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1222 BC224th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 11

Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.)

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1223 BC223rd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 10

Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.)

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1224 BC222nd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 9

Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.) atttacks Babylonia and takes the throne in 1224. Kassites eventually depose him, but damage has been done to the irrigation system.

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1225 BC221st year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 8

Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.)

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1226 BC220th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 7

Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.)

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1227 BC219tht year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 6

Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.)

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1228 BC218th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 5

Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.)

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1229 BC217th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 4

Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.)

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1230 BC216th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 3

Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.)

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1231 BC215th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 2

Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.)

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1232 BC214th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Deborah judged for 40 years. Year 1

Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.)

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1233 BC213th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Deborah becomes Judge

1233 BC King Jabin of Canaan is defeated,
King Jabin of Canaan who harshly oppressed them for 20 years. [Jud 4:1-3] Year 20

Sisera, the Canaanite general of King Jabin, after he escapes from the battle with Deborah’s general, Barak. Sisera flees the battle and goes to Jael’s tent. When Sisera approaches her tent, Jael greets him, invites him in, covers him with a blanket (“rug”), and, at his request for a little water, gives him milk. He then tells her to stand at the entrance to her tent and respond negatively to whoever asks whether anyone is inside (Judges 4:18–20). As he lies asleep, exhausted from the battle, Jael takes a tent peg and drives it through his forehead into the ground and then shows his dead body to Barak, who has come in pursuit of the enemy general (4:21–22). The story conveys the notion that being killed by a woman shames both the dead general and the live Israelite general, who had not slain him himself.

1233 BC: When the children of Israel cried out to the Lord, He sent Deborah, a prophetess, who was judging Israel at that time. Deborah, Barak and Jael defeated King Jabin of Canaan and his army. [Jud 4:4-24]

Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.)

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1234 BC212th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King Jabin of Canaan who harshly oppressed them for 20 years. [Jud 4:1-3] Year 19

Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.)

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1235 BC211th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King Jabin of Canaan who harshly oppressed them for 20 years. [Jud 4:1-3] Year 18

Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.)

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1236 BC210th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King Jabin of Canaan who harshly oppressed them for 20 years. [Jud 4:1-3] Year 17

Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.)

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1237 BC209th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King Jabin of Canaan who harshly oppressed them for 20 years. [Jud 4:1-3] Year 16

Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.)

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1238 BC208th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
King Jabin of Canaan who harshly oppressed them for 20 years. [Jud 4:1-3] Year 15

Ramses II Star Chart April-June

Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.)

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1239 BC207th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
King Jabin of Canaan who harshly oppressed them for 20 years. [Jud 4:1-3] Year 14

Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.)

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1240 BC206th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
King Jabin of Canaan who harshly oppressed them for 20 years. [Jud 4:1-3] Year 13

Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.)

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1241 BC205th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
King Jabin of Canaan who harshly oppressed them for 20 years. [Jud 4:1-3] Year 12

Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.)

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1242 BC204th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
King Jabin of Canaan who harshly oppressed them for 20 years. [Jud 4:1-3] Year 11

Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.)

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1243 BC203rd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
King Jabin of Canaan who harshly oppressed them for 20 years. [Jud 4:1-3] Year 10

Assyrian king Tukulti-Ninurta I (1243 – 1207 B.C.)

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1244 BC202nd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
King Jabin of Canaan who harshly oppressed them for 20 years. [Jud 4:1-3] Year 9

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1245 BC201st year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
King Jabin of Canaan who harshly oppressed them for 20 years. [Jud 4:1-3] Year 8

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1246 BC200th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King Jabin of Canaan who harshly oppressed them for 20 years. [Jud 4:1-3] Year 7

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1247 BC199th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
King Jabin of Canaan who harshly oppressed them for 20 years. [Jud 4:1-3] Year 6

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1248 BC198th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King Jabin of Canaan who harshly oppressed them for 20 years. [Jud 4:1-3] Year 5

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1249 BC197th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King Jabin of Canaan who harshly oppressed them for 20 years. [Jud 4:1-3] Year 4

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1250 BC196th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King Jabin of Canaan who harshly oppressed them for 20 years. [Jud 4:1-3] Year 3

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1251 BC195th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1
King Jabin of Canaan who harshly oppressed them for 20 years. [Jud 4:1-3] Year 2

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1252 BC194th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

King Jabin of Canaan who harshly oppressed them for 20 years. [Jud 4:1-3] Year 1

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1253 BC193rd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

And after him (Ehud) was Shamgar the son of Anath, which slew of the Philistines six hundred men with an ox goad: and he also delivered Israel. [Jdg 3:31] Deborah’ also was after Ehud. Deborah’s song:“In the days of Shamgar, son of Anath,
In the days of Jael, The highways were deserted, And the travelers walked along the byways. )
He was not Hebrew nor a Judge, probably Hurrian, and the roads were dangerous.


Ehud [Jud 3:16-30] Judged Israel for 80 years. [Jud 3:29] Yr 80

1253 BC: Ehud (a left handed man Judges 3:15) died, judged Israel for 80 years. [Jud 3:29] ▼ After Ehud died the children of Israel again did evil in the sight of the Lord. So the Lord sold them into the hand of King Jabin of Canaan who harshly oppressed them for 20 years. [Jud 4:1-3]

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1254 BC192nd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Ehud [Jud 3:16-30] Judged Israel for 80 years. [Jud 3:29] Yr 79

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1255 BC191st year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Ehud [Jud 3:16-30] Judged Israel for 80 years. [Jud 3:29] Yr 78

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1256 BC190th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Ehud [Jud 3:16-30] Judged Israel for 80 years. [Jud 3:29] Yr 77

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1257 BC189th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Ehud [Jud 3:16-30] Judged Israel for 80 years. [Jud 3:29] Yr 76

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1258 BC188th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Ehud [Jud 3:16-30] Judged Israel for 80 years. [Jud 3:29] Yr 75

An official peace treaty in 1258 BC, in the 21st year of Ramesses II’s reign, with Hattusili III, the new king of the Hittites.

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1259 BC187th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Ehud [Jud 3:16-30] Judged Israel for 80 years. [Jud 3:29] Yr 74

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1260 BC186th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Ehud [Jud 3:16-30] Judged Israel for 80 years. [Jud 3:29] Yr 73

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1261 BC185th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Ehud [Jud 3:16-30] Judged Israel for 80 years. [Jud 3:29] Yr 72

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1262 BC184th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Ehud [Jud 3:16-30] Judged Israel for 80 years. [Jud 3:29] Yr 71

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1263 BC183rd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Ehud [Jud 3:16-30] Judged Israel for 80 years. [Jud 3:29] Yr 70

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1264 BC182nd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Ehud [Jud 3:16-30] Judged Israel for 80 years. [Jud 3:29] Yr 69

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1265 BC181st year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Ehud [Jud 3:16-30] Judged Israel for 80 years. [Jud 3:29] Yr 68

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1266 BC180th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Ehud [Jud 3:16-30] Judged Israel for 80 years. [Jud 3:29] Yr 67

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1267 BC179th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Ehud [Jud 3:16-30] Judged Israel for 80 years. [Jud 3:29] Yr 66

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1268 BC178th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Ehud [Jud 3:16-30] Judged Israel for 80 years. [Jud 3:29] Yr 65

Ramesses II had to march against Dapur once more in his tenth year to regain the territory from the Hittites. Each invasion was meaningless. Neither Egypt nor Hatti could decisively defeat the other in battle.

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1269 BC177nd year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Ehud [Jud 3:16-30] Judged Israel for 80 years. [Jud 3:29] Yr 64

In Egypt: In his eighth and ninth years, Ramesses extended his military successes; this time, he proved more successful against his Hittite foes when he successfully captured the cities of Dapur and Tunip.

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
1270 BC176th year after the Hebrews had come out of Egypt. I Kings 6:1

Ehud [Jud 3:16-30] Judged Israel for 80 years. [Jud 3:29] Yr 63.

Pharaoh Ramesses II 1279–1213 BC (19th Dynasty)
Cont.See Timeline 1271 BC – 1340 BC
1171 BC – 1270 BC

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