A Treatise on the Chronology of Siriadic Monuments; Demonstrating That the Egyptian Dynasties of Manetho Are Records of Astrogeological Nile Observations Which Have Been Continued to the Present Time

A Treatise on the Chronology of Siriadic Monuments; Demonstrating That the Egyptian Dynasties of Manetho Are Records of Astrogeological Nile Observations Which Have Been Continued to the Present Time

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1863 edition. Excerpt: ...the time when Joseph became Pharaoh's minister and the commencement of the seven years of abundant crops was seven years. This section, being introduced into its proper place, makes it necessary that the interval between the close of the seven years of abundance and the time when J oseph's brothers came to Egypt to buy corn should be two years, and the time taken from their departure from Egypt until their return with their father and household about half a year, --more than fourteen months being spent from the time Joseph gave his message to his brethren to go and invite his father to come to him into the land of Egypt and the memorable epoch of the audience. The patriarch will have been nearly eighty four years of age when Joseph was born. Joseph died about forty-three years and five months after his father. The third section of Hebrew chronology is the space of time between the epoch of the Exodus and the laying of the first stone of the great Siriadic monument in Jerusalem by king Solomon. It measured 600 Nile years, as is recorded in the number afiixed to the name of Shamgar, a hero who acted during the administration of Ehud the same part a Samson did afterwards during the administration of Eli. Omitting from this space its upper extremity (from the beginning of the reign of David to the foundation of Solomon's Temple), the remainder is divisible into three sections: (1) from the Isodus to the commencement of the Mesopotamian servitude; (2) from the Mesopotamian servitude to the close of the administration of Eli; (3) from the administration of Eli to the beginning of the reign of David. The first section is composed of two periods, viz. that of Joshua, or the destruction of the seven nations and the distribution of...show more

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  • Paperback | 64 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 132g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236927117
  • 9781236927118