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  • The Bible According to Karnak

    Egypt at the beginning of the Middle Kingdom (ca. 2060–1700 BC). It is better known in history by its ancient Greek name, Thebes. Long after the city declined, during the early Islamic period, the visible ruins of the Luxor Temple became known in Arabic...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/exodus-from-egypt/3216-the-bible-according-to-karnak
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  • Amenhotep II and the Historicity of the Exodus Pharaoh

    have named his first son "Thutmose," then the Thutmose sitting on the lap of the royal tutor Hekreshu in a wall painting at Thebes may be "the eldest son" of the king.58 Therefore, if Amenhotep II was the exodus-pharaoh, perhaps his eldest son was...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/exodus-from-egypt/3147-amenhotep-ii-and-the-historicity-of-the-exodus-pharaoh
  • Nahum, Nineveh and Those Nasty Assyrians

    BC (Haupt 1907). Yet, the book gives us internal chronological parameters to date the book. Nahum describes the conquest of Thebes (No-Amon) by Ashurbanipal II in 663 BC as a past event, thus the book could not have been written before that date. The...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/divided-kingdom/2744-nahum-nineveh-and-those-nasty-assyrians
  • Amenhotep II as Pharaoh of the Exodus

    have covered up the problem. Relief of Amenhotep II in his chariot firing arrows at a copper ingot target, Temple of Amun, Thebes, Egypt. The king often boasted of his physical prowess. He recorded, “...he entered into his northern garden and found that...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/exodus-from-egypt/2455-amenhotep-ii-as-pharaoh-of-the-exodus
  • The Joseph Narrative (Genesis 37, 39-50)

    is that this household with over two thirds of its minions being Asiatics lived not in the Delta close to the Levant but at Thebes, over 300 mi south of the Delta, some 500 mi away from south Canaan. So, the numbers of such people in the north would...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/patriarchal-era/2312-the-joseph-narrative-genesis-37-39-50
  • For Dust Thou Art and Unto Dust Shalt Thou Return

    process for mass-producing mudbricks, from the Tomb of Rekhmire, Vizier of Thutmosis III, in the Valley of the Nobles at Thebes. Water is collected from a tree-lined water source (left) and mixed by men with the mud mixture (center) one using an adze...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/architecture-in-the-bible/3946-for-dust-thou-art-and-unto-dust-shalt-thou-return
  • Joseph in Egypt: Part II

    made their lives bitter... with all kinds of work in the fields.' (Ex 1:12-13). A plowing scene from the Tomb of Sennutem, Thebes, Egypt, 18th Dynasty. First, let it be said that dismissing something on the basis of a lack of evidence is a dangerous...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/patriarchal-era/3724-joseph-in-egypt-part-ii
  • The Tomb of Luke the Evangelist

    the entire process was put into motion in 1992 by an unexpected request from Hieronymos, the Greek Orthodox Metropolitan of Thebes (Greece), who had traveled to Padua to pray at the purported tomb of St. Luke. Thebes is the traditional burial place of...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/new-testament-era/3642-the-tomb-of-luke-the-evangelist
  • Luke The Physician: with 'Medicine for the Souls'

    it was the good doctor who buried the body of his friend, co-worker, and fellow traveler on the road of life. Dr. Luke in Thebes of Boiotia Church tradition has said that after the death of Paul (AD 67), Dr. Luke went and ministered in the region of...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/new-testament-era/3237-luke-the-physician-with-medicine-for-the-souls
  • Joseph in Egypt: Part III

    the days of Joseph (Hayes 1972:37-42). Ostracon (pottery sherd with writing) from the Chief Baker of the Temple of Amun at Thebes acknowledging the receipt of wheat. The main prison of Egypt was called the 'Place of Confinement.' It was divided into two...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/patriarchal-era/4114-joseph-in-egypt-part-iii
  • Historical Synchronisms and the Date of the Exodus

    several wives-at least 45 sons and 40 daughters! The tomb of his sons has recently been found in the Valley of the Kings in Thebes. According to the popular, but anti-Biblical, theory of a 13th century Exodus, Rameses II is thought to be the Pharaoh of...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/exodus-from-egypt/3579-historical-synchronisms-and-the-date-of-the-exodus
  • Joseph in Egypt: Part V

    land produced plentifully' (Gn 41:47). Egyptian workers harvesting grain and carrying it away to be threshed. Tomb of Mena, Thebes, ca. 1420 B.C. ABR File photo. A second point is also worth mentioning. As Chief Steward of the King, Joseph was perfectly...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/patriarchal-era/3477-joseph-in-egypt-part-v
  • Recent Research on the Date and Setting of the Exodus

    upside down at the prow of his majesty’s falcon-boat...Then six men of these enemies were hanged on the face of the wall of Thebes, and the hands as well. Then the other foe was taken upstream to the land of Nubia and hanged on the wall of Napata [near...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/exodus-from-egypt/3288-recent-research-on-the-date-and-setting-of-the-exodus
  • David Rohl's Revised Egyptian Chronology: A View From Palestine

    Rohl attempts to lower Egyptian chronology by several hundred years for the periodbefore 664 B.C. The sacking of Thebes by Ashurbanipal in 664 B.C. is accepted as a fixed date by Rohl and becomes the starting point for his revised chronology (119). He...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/conquest-of-canaan/3196-david-rohls-revised-egyptian-chronology-a-view-from-palestine
  • The Philistines Enter Canaan: Were They Egyptian Lackeys or Invading Conquerors?

    Along with four other scrolls, it was found by natives in 1855, in ahole in the floor of a cliff-tomb near Deir el Medineh, Thebes. The document was purchased by A. C. Harris of Alexandria, Egypt, hence its name. It is now in the possession of the...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/judges-united-monarchy/2430-the-philistines-enter-canaan-were-they-egyptian-lackeys-or-invading-conquerors
  • From Ramesses to Shiloh: Archaeological Discoveries Bearing on the Exodus-Judges Period

    most important extrabiblical document relating to Israel's origins. Found in 1896 in Pharaoh Merenptah's mortuary temple at Thebes by Sir Flinders Petrie,90 it records Merenptah's victories in Libya and a campaign to Canaan in which Israel is mentioned....

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/conquest-of-canaan/2403-from-ramesses-to-shiloh-archaeological-discoveries-bearing-on-the-exodusjudges-period
  • Rameses: Wrath of God or Man?

    of Rameses' main wife Nefertari, not to be confused with a son of Rameses III of the same name. Statue of Rameses II from Thebes, now on display in the British Museum. The premise of the television special was based on remains found within a rock-carved...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/exodus-from-egypt/3412-rameses-wrath-of-god-or-man
  • Nahum and Nineveh

    fall of an Egyptian fortress along the Nile River in 663 BC. The late Prof. Yigael Yadin cautiously identified this city as Thebes. As the Assyrians are burning the city, they are leading the captives out of the city in two groups. A group of captured...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/divided-kingdom/4242-nahum-and-nineveh
  • Joseph in Egypt: Part VI

    bi-carbonates). This chemical is found naturally in several locations in Egypt (Lucas 1962:263ff.). Embalmed mummies from Thebes, Egypt. Right: mummy of Katabet, ca. 1300 BC; above left, mummy of an unidentified woman and painted wooden coffin, 950-900...

    https://biblearchaeology.org/research/patriarchal-era/3913-joseph-in-egypt-part-vi

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