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Amminadab in Wikipedia
(Hebrew: עמינדב, Aminadav ; "my people are generous") was a
minor character in the Book of Genesis.
According to the genealogies of Genesis and Jesus'
genealogy, he was born of Ram (also known as Aram) during
the Israelite exile in Ancient Egypt. He was also the father
of Nahshon, chief of the tribe of Judah (Numbers 1:7; 2:3;
7:12, 17; 10:14). His daughter Elisheva was Aaron's wife
(Exodus 6:23), making him Aaron's father-in-law.
In Bloodline of the Holy Grail, revisionist historian
Laurence Gardner proposes Amminadab to be Akhenaten,
allegedly the historical basis for Moses. According to
Gardner's speculation, when Thutmose IV died, his son
Amenhotep III married his sister Sitamun. Once he had
secured his pharonic throne, he also married Tiye, the
daughter of Chief Minister Yuya, who many[who?] believe to
be the biblical patriarch Joseph, son of Jacob. Because the
Israelites were gaining too much power in Egypt and because
Yuya, a foreigner, had been governor for so long, it was
decided that no children of Tiye would be allowed inherit
the throne of Egypt, but instead should be killed at birth.
Tiye's family lived in the Land of Goshen, so she went to
have her baby at Zarw, her summer palace. Her son was put in
a reed basket to float downstream to the house of Yuya's