38th/60 years; XinChou (辛丑) of the 23rd Chinese sexagenary cycles LiuShi HuaJia (六十花甲) beginning:
23 January (GongLi 公曆): 1-1 Nisan (ניסן, YinLi: 陰曆) is the prepared straight (正: Zheng) 1st day ZhengYi (正一) of the 1st lunar month ZhengYue (正月) 1-1 of the Chinese lunar year YinLi (陰曆).
Middle Assyrian Kingdom
1st/30 years of the reign of Shalmaneser I (שלמנ-אסר); “Shulmanu (שלמנו) pre-eminent,” the son of Adad-nirari I in the original list of Assyrian kings is #77, the 45th/77 and the 6th/27 kings of the Middle Assyrian period covering 30 annual limmum (לימים); "years," the 41st/81 heads or chiefs YingShou (應首, 응수); the "befitting head or chief" according to the Assyrian Standard Guideline.
1st/30 years of the reign of King Shalmaneser I (שלמנ-אסר); Assyrian: “Shulmanu pre-eminent;” Hebrew: a “compensation that is binding,” is the King of Assyria (אשור) during the Middle Assyrian period according to the List of Assyrian kings when Shalmaneser I conquered 8 countries in the northwest and destroyed the fortress of Arinnu (ארינו), the dust of which Shalmaneser brought to Assur. Assyrian inscriptions of the first year of Shalmaneser I (שלמנ-אסר) mention Uruartri (אר-ארת-רי) as one of the states of Nairi (נירי; Assyrian: KUR.KUR, הקרקר) – a loose confederation of small kingdoms and tribal states in the Armenian Highland (ארמן); “palace or castle” in the 13th – 11th centuries BC which he conquered. Urartu (אררטו) or Uruartri is in the region around Lake Van or Upper Nairi Sea.
The names of 23 Nairi (נירי) lands (same quantity as 23 years of the Judgeship of Tola) are recorded by Tiglath-Pileser I (BC AYN 1128 – BC AYN 1090). Their southernmost point is Tumme, known to be south-west of Lake Urmia (ארמיה) or Lower Nairi Sea, and their northern one Daiaeni. These lands are known by the list of defeated kings: “the king of Tumme, the king of Tunube, the king of Tuali, the king of Kindari, the king of Uzula, the king of Unzamuni the king of Andiabe, the king of Pilakinni, the king of Aturgini, the king of Kulibarzini, the king of Shinibirni, the king of Himua, the king of Paiteri, the king of Uiram, the king of Shururia, the king of Albaia, the king of Ugina, the king of Nazabia, the king of Abarsiuni, and the king of Daiaeni.”
Shalmaneser I built (יבן) the Biblical Calah (כלח); native: Kalhu (כלחו) and known to Arabs (ארב); “ambush or locust,” as Nimrud (נמרד) located at the confluence of the Tigris and great Zab (צב) rivers. Nimrud (נמרד) the city is the namesake of Nimrod the son of Cush (כוש); “black,” and great-grandson of Noah and the king of Shinar (שנער); Sumerian: Sumeria (שומר). Nimrod (נמרד) according to the Book of Jasher (ישר) is the Sumerian King Shulgi, see BC AYN 2005 when Shulgi put on the Garments of Skin made for Adam.
Third Dynasty of Babylon
16th/18+ years of the reign of Kadashman-Turgu king of Babylon dynasty III, reigning 18+ years, the 31st/81 heads or chiefs ZhuangShou (裝首, 장수); the "pretence head or chief" according to the Babylonian Standard Guideline.
Period of Judges
250th/400 years of the 2nd/6 providential periods of Image Time-identity on the national level extent, scope or context of the providential Period of Judges.
Enki DNA 23 Twisted Pairs
1st/23 years of the Judgeship of Tola (תולע) when arose to protect (להושיע) Israel Tola (תולע, 陽土: YangTu) the son of Puah (פואה), and the grandson of Dodo (דזדו), a man of tribe of Issachar; and he dwelt in Shamir (שמיר) in mount Ephraim (אפרים).
- TOLA; WORM
- Tola (תולע); “scarlet or crimson worm” and the 23 year reference secretly represents the 23 worm-like chromosome pairs.
- Tola (תולע); “scarlet or crimson worm” is also the Hebrew root-stem of the French etoile (התוילע); “star,” and the English term toilet (תוילעת); the feminine plural: “stars.”
- Tola (תולע) is the Hebrew root-stem of the infinitive form of the English term to let (תולעת); “to rent.”
- Anatolia; Greek: Anatole (Ανατολη); modern Turkish: Anadolu is a compound and contraction of the terms of Anat– and –tolia (תולע).
Alaksandu king of Wilusa (Troy) seals a treaty with the Hittite king Muwatalli II king of the New kingdom of the Hittite empire in the Arzawa lands a region and a political power; a “kingdom” or a “federation of local powers” in Western Anatolia. Muwatalli is a compound term of Muwa– and –talli (תולע); Tola (תולע). Alaksandu is the namesake of Alexander of Ilion (עליון; "most high) nicknamed Paris of Troy a younger son of Priam (פרים) who in BC AYN 1221 starts the Trojan War that continued until BC AYN 1212.
The New Kingdom of the Hittite empire eventually was reduced to the Syro–Hittite states following the collapse of the Hittite Empire around 1180 BC, also see BC AYN 1126. These same Syro–Hittite states are the area of the upper springs (עלית גלת) originally gifted to Achsah (עכסח) the daughter of Caleb (כלב) niece, wife and inheritance (נחלת) of Othniel (עתניאל) in BC AYN 1481.
- SHERAH BETH-HORON
Ephraim's (אפרים) daughter Sherah (שארה) built Bethhoron (בית-חורון) the upper (העליון); ShangCheng (上稱), the neither (התחתון); XiaCheng (下稱), and Uzzensherah (אזן שארה), also see BC AYN 1126.
ShangCheng; Upper Springs, Lake Van
Uruartri (אר-ארת-רי) or Urartu Kingdom area of Lake Van ([Surya]Vansha, וענ-שא) is the Upper Nairi Sea, the upper springs (גלת עלית) of Beth Horon (בית חורון), 30 in number according to the ShangCheng (上稱); “upper (עליון) protocols” containing the 1st–30th/64 dynamic binary lock-hexagram figures (易卦).
- During the time of the Hittite Empire ShangCheng (上稱) is referred to as Kanes (כנס); “gather” waters of the sea (upper springs) as a heap (כנד) in Psalms 33:7 and an important Hattic (חתך; "take thee")/Hittite (חתי)/Hurrian (חורי) area with the city-state center located near the city of Kultepe of Turkey’s Central Anatolia Region in the Kayseri Province named after the city of Kussara (קשר); “conspired, “bind” or “league,” that extended their authority over central Anatolia, conquering Hittite-speaking Kanesh.
- Kanes (כנס); “gather,” also known as Nesa  (נסה); “tempt,” “prove,” “assay” or “test,” both of which have the same Hebrew root-stem of Nes (נס); “pole” is also the root of the modern Knesset (כנסת); “gathering,” the unicameral legislature of Israel.
- Pithana (פיתון); “harmless,” a king of the Anatolian city Kussara reigned during the 17th century BC during which time he conquered the city of Kanes (כנס), heart of the Assyrian trading merchant colonies (Karum) network in Anatolia and was succeeded by his son, Anitta (עניתה); “humbled,” who is best known for conquering Hattusa (חדשה), the future Hittite capital.
XiaCheng; Lower Springs Lake Urmia
Uruartri (אר-ארת-רי) or Urartu Kingdom area of Lake Urmia (ארמיה) is the Lower Nairi Sea, the lower springs (תחתים גלת) of Beth Horon (בית חורון) are 34 number according to the XiaCheng (下稱); "lower (תחתים) protocols or changes" containing the 31st–64th/64 dynamic binary lock-hexagram figures (易卦).
- ↑ Rush 4:1
- ↑ 149 years till Tiglat-Pileser 1 and king Saul of Israel Assyrian King List livius.org
- ↑ “compensation,” Hebrew Strong’s #7999, Job 34:33 and “binding,” Hebrew Strong’s #631, Judges 15:13 or “will turn (סר)” Hebrew Strong’s #5493, Exodus 3:4, for a combined Hebrew meaning of a “compensation that is binding” (or turn; wheel of fortune or wealth)
- ↑ Shalman; (pre-eminent) “fire worshiper,” Hebrew Strong’s #8020, Hoshea 10:14
- ↑ Hebrew Strong’s #764, 2 Samuel 21:8 and Hebrew Strong’s #759, Isaiah 23:3 (ארמון), “palaces” Jeremiah 17:27 (ארמונות)
- ↑ Genesis 10:11
- ↑ Joshua 15:52
- ↑ Genesis 10:8
- ↑ Book of Jasher Chapter 7 Verse 29
- ↑ Judges 10:2
- ↑ Isaiah 1:18
- ↑ Levels of meaning in the Hebrew Acronym PRDS: פרדס, Pardes (Jewish exegesis); ס: סוד, Sod; “secret” counsel or hidden meaning as intimate or familiar converse in a circle of friends or company, Hebrew Strong’s #5474 Proverbs 20:19
- ↑ Joshua 15:19, see also the upper well of Ahmose the son of A/Ebana’s report to Djeserkare (Amenhotep I BC AYN 1525-BC AYN 1505) during the Nubian (Upper Egypt) campaign recorded in the Ahmose Inscription, also see Caleb’s Sons
- ↑ “Mediterranean sea” according to the 3rd Earth Chronicles: The Wars of Gods and Men, Zecharia Sitchin
- ↑ Joshua 15:16, Joshua 15:17, Judges 1:12, Judges 1:13, 1 Chronicles 2:49
- ↑ Joshua 15:20
- ↑ Joshua 6:5
- ↑ 1 Chronicles 7:24
- ↑ 1 Chronicles 7:24
- ↑ Psalms 52:5
- ↑ 1 Kings 16:16
- ↑ Genesis 22:1
- ↑ Numbers 21:8
- ↑ 1 Chronicles 8:35, 9:41
- ↑ Deuteronomy 21;14 (עניתה) root of Psalms 88:7 (ענית); “affliction”
- ↑ New Leviticus 23:16
- ↑ 1 Chronicles 7:24
Divine Principle Period of Judges