The Pharaoh of the Exodus did NOT die in the Red Sea.
The Bible nowhere says Pharaoh drowned in the Red Sea.
The King of Upper and Lower Egypt, Banere-meramun, the Son of Re, Merneptah, Content with Maat.
The Sole One who steadied the hearts of hundred thousands, breath entered their nostrils at the sight of him.
"He is in the power of the gods, the lords of Memphis The Lord of Egypt has made his name accursed; Merey is the abomination of Memphis, So is son after son of his kin forever.
Banere-meramun will be after his children, Merneptah, Content with Maat is given him as fate.
Exodus -41 and Galatians both say 430 years whereas Genesis says 400 years.
The difference is easy to understand because God was speaking to Abraham in general times looking forward and the other two were quite specific times looking back.
Opener of Memphis' gates that were barred, who allowed the temples to receive their foods.Some will actually rule out Thutmoses III as a candidate for the Pharaoh of the Exodus BECAUSE he died 15 years after the Red Sea crossing in 1431 BC.This is a great example of where incorrect assumptions will lead you on a fruitless rabbit trail to error in choosing the WRONG Pharaoh of the Exodus.Recital of his victories in all lands, to let all lands together know, to let the glory of his deeds be seen: the King of Upper and Lower Egypt: Banere-meramun; the Son of Re: Merneptah, Content with Maat; the Bull, lord of strength who slays his foes, splendid on the field of valour when his attack is made: Shu who dispelled the cloud that was over Egypt, letting Egypt see the rays of the sun disk.Who removed the mountain of copper from the people's neck, that he might give breath to the imprisoned folk.