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The Sojourn and Slavery in Egypt, 1500-1300 BCE

  1. Overview
    1. The Mists of Antiquity 2000-1000 BC, Teddy Kollek and Moshe Pearlman, Jerusalem- Sacred City of Mankind, Steimatzky Ltd., Jerusalem, 1991.
    2. Biblical History- From Abraham to Moses, c. 1850-1200 BCE, Steven Feldman, COJS.
  2. Artifacts
    1. Descent to Egypt
    2. The Lion of Hazor, 15th-14th Century BCE
    3. Statue of the God Ptah-Sokar-Osiris, 1539-1292 BCE
    4. Thutmose III’s Reliefs at Karnak, 1479-1425 BCE
    5. The Funerary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, 1460 BCE
    6. Trip to Punt, 1460 BCE
    7. General Djehuty’s Gold Cup, 1455 BCE
    8. Wall Painting on Plaster, c. 1425 BCE
    9. Woman Playing the Lute, c. 1400 BCE
    10. The Amarna Letters, 14th century BCE
    11. Letter from Yapahu, 14th century BCE
    12. Baal Stela, 14th-13th century BCE
    13. Nefertiti’s Head, c. 1370-c. 1330 BCE
    14. Head of Amenhotep III, c. 1350 BCE
    15. Amenhotep IV (Akhenaten) Kissing His Daughter, 1352-1336 BCE
    16. Offering to the Aten, c. 1345 BCE
    17. Tomb of Haremhab at Saqqara, c. 1330 BCE
    18. Tomb of King Tutanhkamen, 1323 BCE
    19. Statue of Horus
    20.  Statue of Khnum
  3. Articles
    1. You Too Can Read Hieroglyphics, Carey A. Moore, BAR 11-04, Jul-Aug 1985.
    2. BARlines- Tell el-Amarna Centennial Symposium, BAR 12-04, Jul-Aug 1986.
    3. BARlines- Dayan Collection Opens Amidst Controversy, BAR 12-04, Jul-Aug 1986.
    4. The Monotheism of the Heretic Pharaoh, Donald B. Redford, BAR 13-03, May-Jun 1987.
    5. Were the Ancient Egyptians Black or White? Frank J. Yurco, BAR 15-05, Sep-Oct 1989.
    6. Cow Town or Royal Capital? Nadav Na’aman, BAR 23-04, Jul-Aug 1997.
    7. Pharaoh’s Workers- How the Israelites Lived in Egypt, Leonard and Barbara Lesko, BAR 25-01, Jan-Feb 1999.
    8. Past Perfect- King Tut, I Presume? AO 5-04, Jul-Aug 2002
  4. Maps
    1. The Egyptian Empire, 1450 BCE
  5. Websites
    1. The Amarna Project
    2. Ancient Egypt – for elementary school students and their teachers. Click here for more Educational Resources for Teachers.

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