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Did Amenhotep II die in the Red Sea, as the Bible allegedly indicates about the exodus-pharaoh?
Can any of Amenhotep II’s military campaigns be related to the exodus events?
If Amenhotep II is the exodus-pharaoh, could the obliteration of Hatshepsut’s image from many Egyptian monuments and inscriptions be attributed to backlash from the exodus events?
Hoffmeier nobly suggests that “the absence of pharaoh’s name may ultimately be for theological reasons, because the Bible is not trying to answer the question, ‘Who is the pharaoh of the exodus?
All of the foreign kings whom he defeated, deposed, or killed also went unnamed in this victory stele.
Mention was even made of the chieftains of Naharin (the land to the east of the Euphrates River), Khatti (the Hittites), and Babylon.
The answer is found in the historical development of monarchial terms.
The dynastic title, “pharaoh,” derives from the word that literally means, “great house.” During Egypt’s Old Kingdom (.