Sunday, December 24, 2006

Biblical Archaeology Review January/February 2007

The latest issue of the BAR includes an article entitled Out of Egypt by James K. Hoffmeier: "Based on archaeological evidence, how likely is it that Israelites were enslaved in Egypt? And if they were there, which way did they go when they left? Recent archaeological excavations in Egypt shed new light on their time as Pharaoh’s slaves, the locations mentioned in Exodus and the route the Israelites took out of Egypt to the Promised Land."
Other articles in the issue are detailed on the BAR website at:

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