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This documentary examines what historians know about the Bible's Old Testament account of the Plague of the Firstborn and about Egypt's Pharaoh, Rameses. Egyptologists discuss whether the pharaoh mentioned in the story is Rameses II or perhaps his eldest son.Written by
Melissa MB Wilkins
The deal of Rameses son, Rameses as the Pharaoh at the time of the Exodus.
In the opening of the show there.is a conflict on the battle that Rameses covered up the battle as a win when in fact it was like a draw,and no Minton of the Exodus found anywhere,(according to the scriptures any mention of Moses was stricken from all writings and any mention of Moses was forbidden, so wouldn't it be reasonable to say Rameses covered up his son's death too. How was this not thought of or if so not mentioned? It's clear to me that these types of shows on the bible (sci, history, discover channel's so on) go way out their way to discredit the bible and it's contents. I don't believe the findings that this is even Rameses son, and the so call really re-constructed of his skull is ridiculous.
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