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Secrets of the Exodus: Did the Pharaohs Write the Bible? Hardcover – 16 Sep 2002
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"The Judeo-Christian world will be in upheaval. The scientific milieu, the domains of archaeologists and historians, will be stunned…their remarkable discovery will reveal the true origins of monotheism." Le Figaro
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This theory has been receiving extensive media coverage across Europe. Will appeal to both the ancient wisdom market and those interested in Egyptology and the secrets of Tutankamen.See all Product description
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Happily, this book avoids the specious and the mythical. Instead it provides the needed historical backdrop that allows us to see the primal ingredients of the Exodus story being cooked in the real events of Near East history. And with the flair of expert detectives, the authors give us the probable cause for the myth of Moses. It is a truly daunting performance.
Let no one be dismayed by what appear to be highly technical notes and linguistic comparison charts in this book! The authors take great pains to show us their proof -- but none of this is beyond the capacity of the average reader. Quite the opposite, they illustrate several major points and are quite clear and useful.
A highly recommended mind-expander.
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The timing of the exodus according to the Egyptian version is commensurate with the timing of the Exodus of the Hebrew Bible almost word-for-word. Biblical names are, in this translation, matched to Egyptian names and the entire 'hodge-podge' becomes very definitely a family one with all the mysteries of family organizations in Ancient Egypt. It is good reading; it is timely reading; and it is well worth reading many, many times, and it still remains a mystery!
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