Daniel 11 seems to end with the death of The Antichrist. Daniel 12 begins with "And at that time shall Michael stand up, the great prince which standeth for the children of thy people:" Which I feel clearly corresponds to the War in Heaven and Satan's Fall in Revelation 12. Then it says "there shall be a time of trouble, such as never was since there was a nation even to that same time:" Which is how Jesus describes the time immediately after The Abomination of Desolation.
Then we read "and at that time thy people shall be delivered, every one that shall be found
written in the book." There are a few Heavenly Books. I feel like this probably is not the Lamb's Book of Life. Perry Stone, while Pre-Trib if I recall correctly, has a study on the Book of Remembrance from Malachi and how he feels that backs up connecting The Rapture to the feast of Trumpets.
That verse 2 says "many" rather then "all" of the dead are raised makes me feel like, following what's before, this is a Rapture reference and not a general statement of the entire Resurrection. But the Problem with that theory is some of the Damned are raised here too.
But I think back to my argument that The Beast and False Prophet being cast alive into the Lake of Fire in Revelation 19 means their both early partakers of the Second Resurrection. I believe The Antichrist will have both a Death and Resurrection that the End Times world will witnesses. And The False Prophet will be Judas.
Chris White argues based on the Strong Delusion from 2 Thessalonians 2 that The Anitchrist's resurrection is something God himself makes happen.
Given that Judas is kind of defined as part of The Church even though he wasn't Saved, which is why Matthias had to take his office. With what I argued in my Four Horsemen study, it could work to maybe speculate that the person who turns out to be The Antichrist could be a similar situation.
All that could well mean it'd make sense to see their resurrections as happening at the same time as or very close to The Resurrection of The Church.
All of this strongly backs up that a Mid-Seventieth Week Rapture model is what Daniel 12 points to.