BC AYN 1364

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WikiSyphers as the Chinese lunar calendar calculator utilizes astronomical year numbering (AYN) which is minus 1 with respect to BC or BCE (GongLi ) chronology.

Annual Report (AR) beginning January 1 (GongLi , 1365 BCE) in the proleptic Gregorian calendar.

Ecclesiastical Lunar New Year

13th/60 years; BingZi () of the 22nd Chinese sexagenary cycles LiuShi HuaJia () beginning with:

2 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 ().

Middle Assyrian Kingdom

6th/36 years of the reign of Ashur-uballit I (ובעלות), the son of Eriba-Adad in the original list of Assyrian kings is #73, the 41st/77 and the 2nd/27 kings of the Middle Assyrian period covering 36 annual limmum (לימים); "years," the 37th/81 heads or chiefs SuiShou (, 수수); the "year head or chief" according to the Assyrian Standard Guideline.

Third Dynasty of Babylon

9th/27 years of the reign of Burnaburiash II king of Babylon dynasty III, called Kardunias (כערדני) at the time and reigning 27 years, the 28th/81 heads or chiefs GengShou (, 경수); the "change head or chief" according to the Babylonian Standard Guideline.

Period of Judges

165th/400 years of the 2nd/6 providential of Image Time-identity Hexachord on the national level context or scope of the providential Period of Judges.

Sisera

19th/20[1] years that Sisera (סיסרא) dwelling in Harosheth (חרשת) of the Gentiles (הגוים) is mightily oppressing the children of Israel “with 900 chariots of iron” (ברזל).[2] Sisera is the captain of the host when Jabin (I, יבין; “being between,” Iron Age I & II) king of Canaan (כנען) reigns in Hazor.

Erichtheus

33rd/50 years (1399) of the reign of Erichtheus (Ερεχθευς, הרי-כתה; “mount her bruise”) is the 6th King of Athens when Orpheus (Ορφευς, ערפה; “her neck or gazelle:" גוזל; "pigeon") makes known his own poetry, the rape of Kore (Κορη: קרח, Korah) or Persephone (Περσεφονη); Roman: “Proserpina,” and the search of Demeter (Δημητηρ); “earth mother,” and the seed with creation by her and the multitude of those receiving the corn.

References

Annual Reports
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Footnotes

  1. Judges 4:3, Judges 4:2, Judges 4:17
  2. Judge 4:3, 13

External Links

Divine Principle Period of Judges