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Moshe was born and died on the same day: the 7th of Adar. He lived to be 120 years old (1393 - 1273 BCE).

Rashi (TB Megillah 13b) explains how we know 7 Adar is the day of Moshe's death. 1. The Jews mourned Moshe for 30 days (Deut. 34:8). 2. After mourning Moshe, three days elapsed before t...

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