I realize that some would consider that Ramses (I or II) the pharaoh(s) of Moses' time. According to Judaism 101 (http://www.jewfaq.org/moshe.htm), "Moses was born on 7 Adar in the year 2368 from Creation (circa 1400 BCE)." It would then seem that Amenhotep II who ruled from about 1425 to about 1400, may probably be the pharaoh that issued the decree about destroying all the male babies - his daughter rescuing the baby Moses. Giving a bit of flexibility to the birth day of Moses, Amenhotep II would have died that year of perhaps the year after that decree and Moses would have grown up with what I would assume would have been Amenhotep III (though some think that the heir to the throne - Thutmose - was the Moses of the Scriptures. The grandson (I think) of Amenhotep II was Amenhotep IV which I think is also known as Akhenaten and would then have been the pharaoh of the Exodus. These ideas are not factual, but merely speculation. It is possible that Amenhotep III was the young pharaoh heir that died on the night of the first passover. It seems strange to me that such an important events as Joseph and Moses have no record in the writings of Egypt that I know Has anyone done any significant work on this topic and come up with their own thinking?