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Levantine Rulers
« on: August 25, 2007, 11:09:36 AM »

Kings of Tyre according to Menander
Hiram
979
-
945
Baalazar 1
945
-
928
Abdastart
928
-
919
Astart
919
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907
Astartram
907
-
898
Ittobaal 1
898
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866
Baalazar 2
866
-
860
Mattan 1
860
-
831
Pygmalion
831
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785
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Re: Levantine Rulers
« Reply #1 on: August 25, 2007, 09:03:50 PM »

The Phoenician Kings of Byblos in the New Chronology
from "The Lost Testament", page 453
Zikarbaal828-814
Abibaal814-800
Yehimilk800-792
Elibaal792-762
Shipitbaal762-737
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« Reply #2 on: August 25, 2007, 09:09:29 PM »

The Aramaean Kings of Aram-Damascus in the New Chronology
from "The Lost Testament", page 453
Aziru (Hadadezer 1)1011-998
Du-Teshub/Ben-Hadad 1997-993
Rezon992-939
[unknown]
Ben-Hadad 2893-874
Ben-Hadad 3/Hadadezer 2873-842
Hazael841-801
Ben-Hadad 4800-774
Rezin755-731

The "unknown" rulers between 939 and 893 may well have been Hadyan and Tab-Rimmon, listed by Bar-Hadad (Ben-Hadad) as his grandfather & father respectively.
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« Reply #3 on: August 25, 2007, 09:55:19 PM »

Egyptian-Byblite Synchronisms
from "Lords of Avaris", page 132
EgyptByblosApproximate dates
Amenemhat 3Abishemu1660-1645
Amenemhat 4Ibshemuabi1645-1605
Sehetepibre 2Yakin-El1605-1570
Neferhotep 1Yantin-Ammu1570-1545
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« Reply #4 on: August 25, 2007, 10:02:28 PM »

Egyptian-Byblite Synchronisms
from "Lords of Avaris", page 132
EgyptByblosApproximate dates
Amenemhat 3Abishemu1660-1645
Amenemhat 4Ibshemuabi1645-1605
Sehetepibre 2Yakin-El1605-1570
Neferhotep 1Yantin-Ammu1570-1545

Hmmm.... how do I put that in my database? Should I simply make an entry containing this table?
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« Reply #5 on: August 25, 2007, 10:23:12 PM »

If it makes it any easier, here are the approximate dates for the Byblite kings without the Egyptian rulers their reigns correspond to: -

Abishemu1660-1645
Ibshemuabi1645-1605
Yakin-El1605-1570
Yantin-Ammu1570-1545
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« Reply #6 on: August 25, 2007, 10:32:59 PM »

If it makes it any easier, here are the approximate dates for the Byblite kings without the Egyptian rulers their reigns correspond to: -

Abishemu1660-1645
Ibshemuabi1645-1605
Yakin-El1605-1570
Yantin-Ammu1570-1545

Oh, I see. I take back that question...

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« Reply #7 on: August 28, 2007, 11:46:30 PM »

Does Rohl give any dynastic lines for Ugarit?
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« Reply #8 on: August 29, 2007, 12:50:22 AM »

Does Rohl give any dynastic lines for Ugarit?

Unfortunately not that I've seen. I do, however, think it may be possible to piece together a VERY approximate NC reconstruction from the various Hittite synchronisms that exist.
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« Reply #9 on: August 29, 2007, 01:21:32 AM »

Here goes.....

Niqmaddu 1c.1625
Yaqurum 1c.1600
'Ibiranu 1fl. 1400s?
'Ammittamru 1??-1020
Niqmaddu 21020-986
'Arhalba986-984
Niqmepa984-931
'Ammittamru 2931-906
'Ibiranu 2906-891
Niqmaddu 3891-886
'Ammurapi886-856
Yaqurumfl. c.850
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« Reply #10 on: August 29, 2007, 01:27:40 AM »

The main anchors I used were Akhenaten/Niqmaddu 2 and Suppiluliuma2/'Ammurapi.
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« Reply #11 on: August 29, 2007, 01:52:12 AM »

Rulers of Ugarit-
Niqmaddu 1
1625
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Yaqurum 1
1600
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Ibiranu 1
1400
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Ammittamru 1-
1020
Nikmaddu 2
1020
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986
Arhalba
986
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984
Niqmepa
984
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931
Ammittamru 2
931
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906
Ibiranu 2
906
-
891
Niqmaddu 3
891
-
886
Ammurapi
886
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856
Yaqurum
850
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« Reply #12 on: September 11, 2007, 02:04:53 PM »

Kings of Ammon

Nahashc.1015-c.1000
Hanun ben Nahashc.1000-c.999
Shobi ben Nahash?fl. 985
Ruhubi
Ba'asha ben Ruhubifl. 853
Pado'el 1 (Budu'ili)fl. 740-735?
Shanipfl. 734
Pado'el 2fl. 720-700?
Barakelfl. 670s
Amminadab 1c. 650
Hissal'el ben Amminadabc. 625
Amminadab 2 ben Hissal'elc. 600
Ba'alisfl. 580s

There is also a possible governor in Persian times (specifically c. 430) named Tobiah, mentioned in the Book of Nehemiah.
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« Reply #13 on: September 11, 2007, 02:55:10 PM »

OK, entered into the db.

Then Hanun-ben-Nahash would be the one fighting with David's army (or rather, fleeing without much fight) ?
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« Reply #14 on: September 11, 2007, 03:49:11 PM »

He is indeed. I've also included Shobi as he's believed to have been Hanun's brother, presumably installed by David after his defeat of Hanun. This Shobi rendered aid to David during his exile after Absalom rebelled (hence the date).

There is also the possibility that David succeeded Hanun (the references to David's taking the crown from Milcom's head - 2 Sam. 12:30; 1 Chron. 20:2 - have been interpreted as him symbolically removing Hanun from the kingship in favour of himself).

Interestingly, David's (half-)sister Abigail is called daughter of Nahash (2 Sam. 17:25, Masorete). This Nahash is taken in Rabbinical tradition as referring to Jesse, in reference to his sinlessness. This tantalising possibility could imply that David, Hanun and Shobi were all at least half-brothers, though this could just be an explanation for a typographic error.
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