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He wrote a history of Egypt in the 3rd century BCE for his Hellenistic Greek overlord Ptolemy II.
He noted that TWO EXPULSIONS occurred in Egypt's history of Asiatics.
C., just 12 years earlier than Jacobovici's circa 1500 B. the Hyksos Expulsion with the Exodus than Jacobovici's 1500 BCE Exodus date which was simply _his attempt_ to bring the 1446 BCE Exodus "somewhat closer in time" to Ahmose I and the Hyksos Expulsion.
"Most scholars agreed that the world was only about six thousand years old, though there was considerable disagreement over the exact date of the creation. Before 1985 (when Krauss made his proposal) earlier dates for the 18th Dynasty's founding were in favor, 1580 or 1570 BCE. 1550-1525 BCE (placing the end of the Hyksos dynasty as either 1550 or 1540 BCE), Krauss prefers 1539-1514 BCE for Ahmoses' reign (cf. The period bridging between the Exodus and the commencement of the era of the Judges (with the death of Joshua the son of Nun) comprises 40 years of the Israelites' wanderings in the desert prior to the arrival to the eastern bank of the Jordan river (Exodus , Numbers -34, , Deuteronomy 1:3, 2:7, 8:2-4, 29:4) and the leadership of Joshua, which must have lasted at least 5 years. "It appears to me that a general division of the entire MBII period into three phases (A, B, C) is well documented on the basis of stratigraphy, pottery typology, and development of other artifacts..third phase- MBIIC correlates with the Hyksos Fifteenth Dynasty (until "... Hoffmeier correctly points out that the dates found in the book of Joshua through 1 Kings do not add up to 480 years. Hoffmeier calculated the number of years for Joshua, the judges and the kings of Israel up to Solomon and the numbers . For many years, this date was commonly accepted as correct and has been supported more recently by J. One of these is that, if the generations betwen the exodus and the fourth year of Solomon's reign are combined, "Theban royal texts tell of their final victories over the northerners in the 1530's B. The victory inscriptions of these southern pharaohs tell us they threw these foreigners out of Egypt then pursued them to Canaan and beyond.
I highly reccomend to the reader, "Dating the Exodus," a Th D dissertation by Dr. Meyers (1997, Trinity Evangelical Seminary, Florida), which discusses various proposals for the Exodus' date using Jewish and Non-Jewish sources in addition to the biblical evidence.
He favors the Hyksos Expulsion as being behind the Exodus traditions, and notes this was the common understanding of the Early Christian period. the following url: Another reccomended article is by David Goldstein (published 24 July 2006) titled "Of Pharaohs and Dates: Critical Remarks on the Dating and Historicity of the Exodus From Egypt." He calculates an Exodus as occurring circa 1447 or 1528 BCE (the latter of which by _my calculations_ falls in the reign of Pharaoh Ahmose I who expelled the Hyksos). E.=Before the Common Era, an alternate scholarly designation for B. Jacobovici was apparently aware that some scholars dated the Exodus to circa 1446 BCE on the basis of 1 Kings 6:1 chronology.
The first was of the Hyksos of the mid 16th century and then another in the Ramesside era.
He understood that the Hyksos fled to and settled at Jerusalem, but that 592 or 612 years later (Josephus' two reckonings) "their descendants" reinvaded Egypt, resettling at the town they had been expelled from earlier called Avaris.