The science of exodus

From Goshen to Sina'i:


Ol Doinyo Lengai (“Mountain of God”) in Tanzania, erupting in 2008. Image credit: Cessna 206 from Africa, CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons


Tell Amarna Stelae

In 2015, thousands of graves of children and teens from biblical-era Egypt were found at the archaeological site of Tell el-Amarna, once the capital city of the monotheistic pharaoh Akhenaten. The skeletons showed signs of heavy labor, and had been wrapped only in rough matting before being dumped into the ground. Their families were unknown.

A Times of Israel reporter, Amanda Borschel-Dan, asked Amarna Project director Barry Kemp whether these skeletons could be the remains of Israelite slaves under Pharaoh.

His answer was a quick no.

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Land of Goshen Google Earth
Click on the Google Earth photo of Goshen to see a flyover video of the route of the Exodus.