BC AYN 1315

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Annual Report (AR) beginning:

1 January (GongLi , 1316 BCE).

Ecclesiastical Lunar New Year

2nd/60 years; YiChou () of the 23rd Chinese sexagenary cycles LiuShi HuaJia () beginning with:

30 January (GongLi 公曆): 1-1 Nisan (ניסן, YinLi: ) is the prepared straight (: Zheng) 1st day ZhengYi (正) of the 1st lunar month ZhengYue (正) 1-1 of the Chinese lunar year YinLi ().

Period of Judges

214th/400 years of the 2nd/6 providential of Image Time-identity on the national level extent, scope or context of the providential Period of Judges.

Judgeship of Gideon

8th/40 years of of the Judgeship of Gideon (גדעון) the son of Joash (יואש) the Abiezerite[1] (אבי העזרי).

Gideon (גדעון) resets (הרסת: the res; “thing”) the next 7 year period represented by the second bullock (ופר: WOPR) of 7[2] years old.

Gideon (גדעון)-Jerubbaal [3](ירבעל); “pleaded Baal,” a.k.a Gideon (גדעון). Jareb[4] (ירב) is a generic term used for the king of Assyria, c.f. Jeroboam (ירבעם) in the line of Assyrian kings as King Ashur-rabi II (אשור-רבי) King of Assyria (אשור), see BC AYN 1008 for the continuance in the line of Assyrian Kings, of which Jerubb (ירב) – aal (על) is in such a line. The sons of Jerubbaal are 70 men [5](איש).

Jerubbaal is the compound of Jerub (ירב); “pleaded”[6] or “multiplied”[7] and Baal (בעל); “lord,”[8] Anglicized as Jerub-baal and contracted in Hebrew as Jerubaal[9] (ירבעל).

Jareb (ירב) as a generic term used for the kings of Assyria refers to 70 sons of Jerubbaal (ירבעל); the 70 Assyrian kings of the Assyrian king list which Abimelech (אבימלך) slew (יהרג) or had slain (תהרגו) upon one stone (אבן אחת); “as material of tablets”[10] or the common stone of clay tablets.

The Hebrew root-stem of Gideon (גדעון) is GDAi [11](גדע); cut “in sunder,” “hew” or “cut off” and is the Japanese term GoDai (גדע, 五大); literally: “five greats” or the classical “five elements.” This is cognate with that which Abimelech (אבימלך) slew (יהרג) or had slain (תהרגו).

There are 77 kings that where kings that ruled over Assyria; #33 through #109 in the Assyrian King List of which 7 #41 through #47 where sons of “no one” or “nobody” and thus not of the Assyrian royal linage making exactly 70 Assyrian Kings beginning with the:

This type of numerology of 70 contemporary with Jehoram (BC AYN 929-BC AYN 918) king of Israel is mentioned in the Tel Dan Stele in line 6: will kill (אקתל) kings (מלכן) seventy (שבען) and further mentions in line 7: chariots (אסרי; “will turns”) of thousands (אלפי) which refers to the chariots of thousands (אלפי); the dukes (אלוף) that came of the Horites,[12] the 7 of which are 7/27 of the Xiu (宿); “mansions” [13](מדורות) of the celestial caliphate itemized in the Great Black Standard Guideline, where each celestial caliphate is moving throughout their courses or tours as a chariot moves in motion touring through 25,920 years of the Great year or platonic year and when divided by 27 equals 960 years each whence comes the phrases “a thousand years as a day” or the “thousand years reign” of which there are 27 generations (דור) or mansions of thousands[14] or chariots.

Thousand also refers to the 360,000 measures with a 1000 (אלפי) per degree of a 360 degree compass circle composed of 144,000 called KunZiCe (, 곤지책); “earth's plan” encompassing 144 degrees of a compass circle and 216,000 called QianZiCe (, 건지책); “heaven's plan” encompassing 216 degrees of a compass circle both parts of the celestial caliphate.

Ashur (אשור)

9th/12[15] years of the reign of King Arik-den-ili [16](ארח-דנ-עלי) inscribed GID-DI-DINGIR [17](גדע-דנגר; Hebrew root-stem of Gideon); "Divine cut," King of Assyria #75 in the Assyrian King List during the Middle Assyrian period according to the List of Assyrian kings.

References

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Footnotes

  1. Judges 6:11
  2. Judges 6:25
  3. 1 Samuel 12:11
  4. Hoshea 5:13
  5. Judges 9:2
  6. Hebrew Strong’s #7372 Judges 6:31-32
  7. Hebrew Strong’s #7235 32 Genesis 1:22]
  8. Hebrew Strong’s #1168 Judges 6:31-32
  9. [http://mlbible.com/judges/9-20.htm Judge 9:20
  10. Hebrew Strong’s #63 Judges 9:5, 9:18
  11. Psalms 107:16 Hebrew Strong’s #1438
  12. Genesis 36:29-30
  13. John 14:2
  14. Deuteronomy 7:9
  15. 12 years Assyrian King List livius.org
  16. Compare 1 Chronicles 7:39 children of Asher: Arah (ארח) the 1st son of Ulla (עלא)
  17. Hebrew Strong's #1438 Psalms 107:16

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