The Exodus - Joseph in Egypt
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We have all heard the story of Joseph in the bible at some age. If we take a step back and look at this story form a distance, it becomes one of the most incredible
Ron Wyatt Archaeology - The Exodus
History of the Israelites from post flood when Noah was still alive up until the death of Joseph. Another great work by Ark Discovery.
Archaeological Evidence for the Biblical Exodus - Proof of Israelite Migration and Story of Joseph
Archaeological Evidence for the Biblical Exodus – Proof of Israelite Migration and Story of Joseph
Strong evidence for Joseph's Tomb and Palace in Egypt!
Joseph moves his family to Egypt as told in Genesis 45: 9. We know the region that they settled in, Goshen in the Nile Delta; the most fertile land in Egypt that produced the food. But where town did they live in? The answer may surprise you.
Evidence for Ancient Israel, the Hebrew Slaves and Joseph's Tomb in Egypt
Jacob in the land of Egypt. More evidence
Dr. Douglas Petrovich - Joseph and Jacob at Avaris (Egypt)
Were the Israelites really in Egypt? An hour long talk on Avaris.
EGYPT: Saqqara, Djoser's mortuary complex (4600 years)
Tour of Saqqara Egypt
Joseph's Grain Pits
First Hand tour of the Grain Bins that were used during the famine in ancient Egypt. Skip to 5:47 if this video starts from the beginning.
The Coat of many Colors
Joseph sold into Slavery
Overseer in the house of Potiphar
Joseph Interprets the Dreams of the Baker and Butler in Prison
Fulfillment of the Dreams of the Baker and Butler
The Dreams of Pharoah
Joseph Interprets Pharoah’s Dreams
Joseph is made overseer of Egypt
Joseph in Charge of Egypt
Jacob Sends Ten Sons to Egypt
Simeon left as hostage
Jacob sends his sons to Egypt
The brothers are entertained in Joseph’s home
Joseph sends his brothers home
Judah volunteers to take Benjimen’s place
Joseph reveals his identity
Joseph invites his family to Egypt
Jacob and Family move to Egypt
Jacob and Joseph reunited
According to the above, the Israelites were residents of Egypt and lived in the Nile delta, the most fertile part of the country. All started from one family, that of Jacob, and multiplied into a nation of roughly two and a half million people, which includes men, women, and children. At this point, it is their beginning. It would not be until over four hundred years later that they would be able to leave Egypt.