RED SEA: Archaeologists Discover Remains Of Egyptian Army From The Biblical Exodus | Forum

Topic location: Forum home » General » Christian in the News
BillGlenney
BillGlenney May 3 '17
RED SEA: Archaeologists Discover Remains Of Egyptian Army From The Biblical Exodus

The discovery of the remains of a large Egyptian army at the bottom of the Gulf of Suez, 1.5 km offshore from the modern city of Ras Gharib, has been announced this morning by Egypt’s Antiquities Ministry. The team of underwater archaeologists was in search of ancient shipwrecks and artifacts from the Stone and Bronze Age trade in the Red Sea when they came across a huge pile of human bones dated back to the 14th century BC.


The team of underwater archaeologists was in search of ancient shipwrecks and artifacts from the Stone and Bronze Age trade in the Red Sea when they came across a huge pile of human bones dated back to the 14th century BC.


Over 400 different skeletons have been discovered by the team of scientists lead by Professor Abdel Muhammad Gader from the Faculty of Archaeology at Cairo University. The discovery also includes hundreds of weapons and pieces of armor, the remains of two war chariots, dispersed over an area of nearly 200 square meters. According to the archaeologists, more than 5,000 other bodies could be scattered over a wider area, which implies that it’s possibly a large army that had disappeared in this area.


Read more. . . .

https://spiritegg.com/red-sea-archaeologists-discover-remains-egyptian-army-biblical-exodus/

The Forum post is edited by BillGlenney May 3 '17
Share:
BillGlenney
BillGlenney May 3 '17
As a Blue Collar Comedian, Bill Envalt would say " There's your sign"

Aint God Great! He  is  slowly revealing  a Biblical history  to draw us closer to Him and possibly telling us  to watch for more possible signs of his coming. 

Can't Wait for the Blessed Hope!
God bless
The Forum post is edited by BillGlenney May 3 '17

Share Us

Share:

Read God's Word Here

The Web Bible

Start Your Day Right

Our Daily Bread