Absolute Chronology of Exodus
Field of study
Arts and Humanities
History
Cultural History
Absolute Chronology of Exodus
Absolute Chronology of Exodus
Gerard Gertoux
Field of study
Arts and Humanities
History
Cultural History
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"Chronology is the backbone of history" is usually taught in schools but what is very disturbing is the total absence of reliable chronology to fix the Exodus because the date goes from 2100 to 650 BC (Sparks: 2015, 60); such a 1500-year gap is not at all serious. Furthermore, Exodus pharaoh identifications and theories (page 61) are absurd because the pharaoh of the Exodus died suddenly in the Red Sea according to the biblical text (Ps 136:15) and it is easy to see that the state of the mummy of Seqenenre Taa (Cairo Museum, The Royal Mummies CG 61051) proves that his body received severe injuries and remained abandoned for several days before being mummified. In addition Crown Prince Ahmose Sapaïr (Musée du Louvre, Paris: statue E 15682), who was the eldest son of Seqenenre Taa (1543-1533), died shortly before his father (Ex 12:29), who himself died on May 10, 1533 BCE. According to the biblical chronology based on absolute dates, not to the scholarly chronology of Edwin R. Thiele, the pharaoh of the Exodus died on May 10, 1533 BCE (exactly the same day). Consequently Seqenenre Taa was the pharaoh of the Exodus, according to absolute chronology.

Copyright 2017, Gertoux
Copyright License Standard Copyright License
Product Details 8.27 x 11.69 Standard Color Matte Perfect Bound
Page Count 32 pages
Type of Publication Monograph (standalone)
Peer Review Status Open, Under Review
Keywords Exodus, Chronology, Egyptian chronology, Mesopotamian chronology, Biblical chronology, Absolute chronology
Audience University/Post-secondary education
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