He spends 17 years in the land of Canaan with his brothers.
He endures 13 years in Egypt as a slave and a prisoner.
At 30 years of age, he becomes second-in-command of Egypt.
He is 37 years of age after the seven years of plenty.
He is 39 years of age—two years into the famine— when he meets his brothers.
He is 44 years of age after the final five years of famine.
Joseph is 110 years of age when he dies. Thus, he enjoyed 66 years with his family and sees three gener ations of his descendants grow up in Egypt.