BC AYN 2723

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Annual Report beginning:

January 1 (GongLi 公曆, 2724 BCE) Gregorian calendar.

Ecclesiastical Lunar New Year

34th/60 years; YiWei () of the -1st Chinese sexagenary cycles LiuShi HuaJia () begins:

14 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 ().

FuXi

38th/64[1] years of the reign FuXi () since BC AYN 2760.

Balih

7th/7 years according to the lesser count (400/60) of the reign of Balih the 14th/23 kings of the 1st/4 dynasties of Kish (חיש) according to the Sumerian Standard Guideline.

A Babylonian legend says that Etana was desperate to have a child, until one day he helped save an eagle from starving, who then took him up into the sky to find the plant of birth. This led to the birth of his son, Balih (בלה).

Noah

180th/950 years of Noah (נוח) since BC AYN 2902 and 420 years before the Biblical Deluge in BC AYN 2303.

13th/18 HwanUng: SaWaRa

61st/100 years old and the 29th year of the reign of the 13th/18 HwanUng: SaWaRa (שורה; "her flesh,"[2] 사와라: , SiWaLuo,[3] swill); whose name interpretation is “this tile or earthenware pottery net (; あみ ami; "gin trap") or ancient distillery or winary device” that made swill cognate with SiWaLuo, who's 1st/100 years is BC AYN 2783 {2806 BC}, began to rule in BC AYN 2751 {2774 BC}:[4] and lived to 100 years old in BC AYN 2684 {2707 BC}.

14th/18 HwanUng: JaOJi

3rd/151[5] years old JaOJi of BaeDal or Korean pinyin: ChiWoo (치우); known in Chinese as: ChiYou (); "particularly especially ignorant laughing worm."

References

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Footnotes

  1. According to YunDou Shu ( ) and YuanMing Bao ( )
  2. Principal Hebrew Strong's #7795 Isaiah 28:25, Genesis 16:7
  3. An original archetype for the some 400 years later tale of Noah and the vineyard (כרם) Genesis 9:20
  4. Dates in curly braces are the traditional Korean dates, the actual BC AYN dates are based upon GengYin (庚寅) the 27th/60 years of the 6th Chinese sexagenary cycles, BC AYN 2310 when DanGun actually began to rule 23 years later than traditional Korean dates
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