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**s BC**is a decade which lasted from**1269 BC**to**1260 BC.**From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia How come the 1260

**bc**date is given as the approximate date for the exodus, when the death of moses is given as 1272 bc. As the bc years decline, moses must have been dead by the time of**exodus.**This comment is solely based on my opposition to the dates given in your site.People also ask

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**BC**; 1270s**BC**; 1260s ... The 13th century**BC**was the period from 1300 to 1201**BC**. Events. 1300**BC**: Cemetery H culture comes to an end in the ...- 14th century
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**BC**—The Philistines expand their influence into Cyprus and Canaan. c. 1240**BC**—The wimble and lathe are invented. Significant people. Merneptah, pharaoh of Egypt, born (approximate date).c. 1279

**BC**–1213**BC**—Temple of Ramesses II in Abu Simbel, Nubia (19th dynasty) was built. Wall painting of Queen Nefertari making an offering to the god Isis in the tomb of Nefertari was made. The tomb is located in the Valley of the Queens in Egypt. c. 1279**BC**– 1213**BC**—Temple of Amun, Mut and Khons, Luxor, Nineteenth dynasty of Egypt ...The 1280s

**BC**was a decade which lasted from 1289**BC**to 1280**BC**. Millennium: 2nd millennium ... 1260s**BC**; Years: 1289 ...17th century

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**BC**The 1260s**BC**is a decade which lasted from 1269**BC**to 1260**BC.**13 relations: Ancient**Egypt,**Ḫattušili III,**Egypt,**Heracles, Hittites, Israelites, List of decades, Moses, Peace treaty, Ramesses II, The Exodus, Thebes, Greece, 1260s**BC.**10th millennium

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