A computer-created ‘satellite image’ of the route of the Exodus

From Rameses in Egypt, over the Red Sea by the Straits of Tiran, to Mount Sinai (Horeb) in Arabia

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The illustration above is a computer-created “satellite image” of the most likely route of the Exodus, from Rameses in Egypt, over the Red Sea by the Straits of Tiran, to Mount Sinai (Horeb) in Arabia.

See also:

The main article regarding the Exodus trek. → noa060.htm

The Exodus and the crossing of the Red Sea. A satellite photo of the Straits of Tiran at the southern end of the Gulf of Aqaba. → noa060b.htm

An overview map of the Middle East, showing the location of Arabia. → noa060c.htm

A more detailed map of the route of the Exodus. → noa060d.htm

A time-graph of the events of the Exodus trek from Rameses in Egypt to Mount Sinai in Arabia. The fifty days from the Passover in Egypt to the making of the covenant by Mount Sinai. → noa060e.htm

Regarding copyright and quoting. → npa030.htm


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