BC AYN 1383

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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 , 1384 BCE) in the proleptic Gregorian calendar.

Ecclesiastical Lunar New Year

54th/60 years; DingSi () of the 21nd Chinese sexagenary cycles LiuShi HuaJia () beginning with:

1 February (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

14th/27 years of the reign of Eriba-Adad I [1](חרב-אדד), the son of Ashur-bel-nisheshu in the original list of Assyrian kings is #72, the 40th/77 and the 1st/27 kings of the Middle Assyrian period covering 27 annual limmum (לימים); "years," the 36th/81 heads or chiefs QiangShou (, 강수); the "boundaries head or chief" according to the Assyrian Standard Guideline.

Third Dynasty of Babylon

17th/27 years of the reign of Kadashman-Enlil I king of Babylon dynasty III reigning 27 years, the 27th/81 heads or chiefs ShiShou (, 사수); the "transactions head or chief" according to the Babylonian Standard Guideline.

Period of Judges

146th/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 Shamgar

80th/80[2] years of the Judgeship of Ehud the son of Gera (אהוד בנ-גרא) in which the land had rest, followed by in the same year:

3rd/15 Judges Shamgar (שמגר) sometime during BC AYN 1383.

Shamgar[3] (שמגר) delivered Israel and is the son of Anath (ענת); Canaanite virgin goddess of war: Anat[4] (ענת) the sister and putative mate of Baal the northwest Semitic Hadad in Aramaic or Adad in Akkadian. No reference to any amount of time is given because the dates for ancient lords are usually for the first full year of the reign and could be skipped should the lords fail to survive for a whole full year.[5]

References

Annual Reports
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Footnotes

  1. Dagger (חרב; "sword") of the contemporary Ehud 2nd/15 Judges of Israel Judges 3:16
  2. Judges 3:30; שקט; rest
  3. Judges 3:31, Judges 5:6
  4. Ugaritic of modern Ras Shamra, Syria
  5. Prof David Nivision dates for Xia-Shang-Zhou dynasties out of the new research project

External Links

Divine Principle Period of Judges