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Egyptian dynastic dates vs. Old Testament dates

                         Comparison of Genesis Death Dates During Methuselah's Lifetime and
                                                       Egyptian Dynastic Chronology*
                                Genesis Event      Date         Egptian Event      Gardiner Date**
                           Methuselah born       3074           First Dynasty          3250-2950
                           Adam died                2831          Second Dynasty             ?
                           Enoch died               2774           Sothic Date
                           Seth died                 2719            Third Dynasty             2700
                           Enos died                 2621            Fourth Dynasty           2620
                           Cainan died              2526           
                           Mahalaleel died        2471           Fifth Dynasty              2480
                           Jared died                2339           Sixth Dynasty              2340
                           Lamech died             2134           Eleventh Dynasty       2134
                           Methuselah died        2105           Last Memphis King    
*The Moses Mystery -Gary Greenberg  (Birch Lane Press) -p. 93
**Egypt of the Pharoahs - A. Gardiner (Oxford Univ. Press) -pp 433-436

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