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    Timeline Date Chronology Book Exodus Jews Egypt Island Thera Eruption Route Canaan Holy Land Palestinian Philistines Bronze Age Collapse Climate Change Historical Ipuwer Papyrus Records New Kingdom Egypt Transition Iron Age Confirmations Corroborations Exodus Account Mediterranean Land Sea People Migrations Bronze Age Collapse

    Some mainstream archaeologists rightly opine that the ash from the eastern mediterranean’s Thera eruption circa 1500 b.c. may have been a factor in the catastrophes which struck Egypt when the Exodus of the Jews to Canaan occurred.  And this historical account in the Bible is actually confirmed with the ancient egyptians’ Ipuwer Papyrus, when drought and anarchy, pestilence and pillaging, ruled the day in once great Egypt, that record from circa 1400 b.c., when actually the ice age was ending, certainly plausible when the flawed nature of very ancient carbon 14 dates is honestly appraised (see http://globalflood.org), the realization that very ancient mediterranean port cities such as Menouthis and Heraklion near Alexandria have been submerged offshore since the end of the ice age all the more compelling.

    The great deserts of the world began to develop at that time, when rainfall amounts declined to near zero in the centuries following, when the hebrews who had come out of Egypt lived in the hill country of what had been Canaan, now Israel, as the Philistines of Palestine had also only recently come to that region, but by sea, some of the Sea People who had sailed in thousands of ships from afar, documented in the ancient papyri of Ramses II of new kingdom Egypt which was a re-organization after the anarchy described in the Ipuwer Papyrus and the book of Exodus, the biblical timeline coming out smelling like a rose, confirmation beyond a doubt really, see http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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