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Hyksos reign of years

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Submitted by Thomas (United States), Feb 24, 2012 at 20:48

The 5 Hyksos kings reigns: Sheshi 3 years, Yakubher 9 years, Khyan 30 years. Apepi I 41 years and Apepi II or Khamudi 11 years.

1702 B.C. the Hyksos enter Egypt. Sheshi reign 1702-1699 B.C. Yakubher 1699-1690 B.C. actually reigns when Jacob is still alive Khyan 1690-1660 B.C. Apepi I 1660-1619 B.C. & Apepi II or Khamudi 1619-1608 B.C. Khamudi or Apepi II is defeated by Thebean Ahmose at Sharuhen,Canaan in 1608 B.C.

Joseph served an Egyptian king when the Canaanite Hyksos entered Egypt. Joseph served as governor Senusret III collecting Hyksos horses for him. (Genesis 47:13-17) While Joseph lived the horse driven chariot was used for ceremonial purposes only. When Joseph died in 1631 B.C. civil war struck Egypt. Apepi I won victory over Thebean Kamose and Kamose father Seqenenre Tao. Thebean Ahmose then wins victory over Apepi II or Khamudi.

Who says there is no Jewish history in Egypt? Follow the Biblical outline and discover the facts. Egyptian chronologist are getting closer to the truth at every sunrise.

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