BC AYN 1277

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Annual Report (AR) beginning:

January 1 (GongLi 公曆, 1278 BCE).

Ecclesiastical Lunar New Year

40th/60 years; GuiMao () of the 23rd Chinese sexagenary cycles LiuShi HuaJia () beginning:

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 ().

Period of Judges

252nd/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.

Tola (תולע)

3rd/23[1] years of the Judgeship of Tola[2] (תולע), the son of Puah (פואה), and the grandson of Dodo (דזדו), a man of tribe of Issachar. Just as Tola is a direct descendent of Dodo [3](דזדו); “beloving himself,” so too is Shalmaneser I the direct descendent of Adad-nirari I [4](אדד-נעררי); Hebrew meaning: “I shall love to raise up,” whose both names have the same Hebrew root-stem DD [5](דד); “uncle or beloved,” a second indication for Shalmaneser I to reign during the judgeship of Tola. Dodo (דודו); “David (דוד) himself (ו),” indicates that this referrers to King David’s line to the 4th generation; the great-great-grandfather of David himself which is Salmon [6](שלמון/שלמה); “garment.” Tola combine with Hebrew root-stem of the Hebrecized French term for star: etoile (התוילע) is the source of the original star of Adad, Dodo or David.

Shalmaneser I (שלמנ-אסר)

3rd/30[7] years of the reign of King Shalmaneser I [8](שלמנ-אסר); Assyrian: “Shulmanu[9] pre-eminent;” Hebrew: a “recompense that is binding,” is the King of Assyria (אשור) during the Middle Assyrian period according to the List of Assyrian kings.


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  1. Judges 10:2
  2. Judges 10:1
  3. Hebrew Strong’s #1730, Esther 2:15
  4. “I shall move softly or I shall love,” Hebrew Strong’s #111, 1 Kings 11:17 and “raise up,” Hebrew Strong’s #6209, Isaiah 23:13 for a combined Hebrew meaning of “I shall love to raise up”
  5. Hebrew Strong’s #1730, Esther 2:15
  6. Ruth 4:20-21
  7. 149 years till Tiglat-Pileser 1 and king Saul of Israel Assyrian King List livius.org
  8. “recompense,” 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 “recompense that is binding” (or turn; wheel of fortune or wealth)
  9. Shalman; (pre-eminent) “fire worshiper,” Hebrew Strong’s #8020, Hoshea 10:14

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