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Thutmose
Dictionaries
The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Thutmose III
Thutmose III The sixth pharaoh of the Eighteenth Dynasty, who reigned in the first half of the 15th century bc. The earliest reference to the city of Megiddo is found in the annals from his dynasty.
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
Thutmose IV (successor to Amenhotep II)
Thutmose (thyoot´mohs; Gk. Tuthmosis; Egyptian, “Thoth [The moon god] is born”), the name held by four kings of the Egyptian Eighteenth Dynasty (1570–1293 bce). The time when these four pharaohs ruled is sometimes referred to as the Thutmoside period. During this time, Egyptian power expanded considerably,
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Thutmose IV (successor to Amenhotep II)
Thutmose (Egyp. ḏḥwty-ms; Gk. Tythmósis)The name of four kings of Egypt’s 18th Dynasty. Following the expulsion of the Hyksos by Ahmose and the subsequent unification of Egypt, the early kings of the 18th Dynasty carved out an Egyptian Empire from Nubia (Cush) to northern Syria. The Thutmosids played
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Thutmose
Thutmose [thŭtˊmōs] (Egyp. ḏḥwty-ms “Thoth [the lunar deity] is born”; Gk. Tuthmosis).* The regnal name (also rendered Thothmes) of four pharaohs of the Egyptian Eighteenth Dynasty (ca. 1550–1306 B.C.), a period in which Egypt was the greatest power in the Near East and during which the Israelites
Harper’s Bible Dictionary
Thutmose
ThutmoseThutmose (tuhtʹmoh-zeh; Gk. Tuthmosis; Egyptian, ‘Thoth [The moon god] is born’), the name held by four kings of the Egyptian eighteenth dynasty (1570-1293 b.c.). The time when these four pharaohs ruled, the late sixteenth and fifteenth centuries b.c., is sometimes referred to as the Thutmoside
Holman Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Thutmose
THUTMOSE (Thüt mōʹ sə) Egyptian royal name meaning “Thoth the moon god is born.” Four pharaohs of the Egyptian 18th Dynasty (about 1550–1310 b.c.). Their combined efforts, especially those of Thutmose I and III, did much to expand Egyptian wealth and influence.Thutmose I rose to power through his
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 5, Q–Z
Thutmose
Thutmose thyoot’mohs, thyoot-moh’suh (Egyptian dḥwty-ms or Djehutymes, “[the god] Thoth is born” or “born of Thoth”; see Thoth). Variant spellings include Thutmoses (-mosis), Tuthmosis, Thothmes. An Egyptian name popular during the New Kingdom, borne by four kings of the 18th dynasty. See Egypt V.E.