Is there archaeological evidence for the Biblical Exodus?
- capitalgentlemanLv 71 month ago
Not much. Strangely enough, people walking in dirt leaves very little evidence after 4000 years or so.
- WilliamLv 71 month ago
No. Not like the one talked about in the Bible.
FWIW, the famous Roman Census never took place either. Roman historians have no record of it being conducted.
- Anonymous1 month ago
No, there isn't.
- MatthewLv 41 month ago
There are those people that say that they have dove into the red Sea and used robotic crawlers in the red Sea to take pictures of the remains of the crossing. Those pictures are posted on the search engines you can look at them. there's no way of knowing if the pictures are genuine because I didn't take them and you didn't take them. One thing is for certain at the crossing point of the red Sea Exodus there are two pillars one on each side. They're called Solomon's pillars they mark The crossing site at the red Sea. Again there is no proof that they actually mark The crossing because I haven't been in the water myself and seeing what's down there. But the pillars are genuine they date to the time of Solomon. They put those pillars there for a reason. They say it commemorates the spot where they crossed. And those pillars have been there thousands of years. That's where the divers and the robots have searched the water and come up with some quite interesting pictures.
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- Blue DiamondLv 61 month ago
Only speculation and theories, kind of like with evolution, nothing conrete
- martyLv 71 month ago
Absolutely none. On the contrary, there has never been any link to Jews in Egypt and slaves didn't build pyramids, the Egyptian people were the master craftsmen. The have found the workers quarters just recently.
- Greg ToolsonLv 71 month ago
There is no archaeological evidence for the Biblical Exodus