Regardless this sets the exodus at 1440 BC., This is an important date to have and any error should be small. I also have 1159 BC for the end of the Atlantean world as well and 1179 BC or the end of Troy in the Baltic. Thera happened around two centuries before the exodus then.
That also suggests that the Jews entered Israel around 1400 BC and had two and one half centuries to establish themselves there before their conflict with the Philistines began. This was clearly a powerful echo of the Atlantean end in 1159 BC.
Has the Biblical Moses Been Identified in Secular Egyptian Records?
The finding of Moses. (Light snow / Public Domain )
Life-sized statue of Hatshepsut. She is shown wearing the nemes-headcloth and shendyt-kilt, which are both traditional for an Egyptian king. The statue is more feminine, given the body structure. (Pharos / Public Domain )
On Left - A fallen obelisk of Hatshepsut. On Right - The image of Hatshepsut has been deliberately chipped away and removed. ( CC BY-SA 3.0 / CC BY-SA 3.0 )3
Head of the Egyptian pharaoh Amenhotep II. (Neuroforever / CC BY-SA 4.0 )
Kneeling statue of Senenmut, Chief Steward of Queen Hatshepsut. (FA2010 / Public Domain )
Seated Senenmut – Moses – holding the princess Neferure in his arms. (Captmondo / CC BY-SA 3.0 )
TT 353 Senenmut tomb. (Edal / CC BY-SA 3.0 )
By A.R. Duckworth