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Pharaohs and Kings: A Biblical Quest
David M. Rohl Discovery Channel Video
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Is the Bible fact of faith? Have dating techniques originated in the 19th Century, distorted our view of ancient history and blinded us to the truth of Biblical legends? Controversial Egyptologist David Rohl takes you from the banks of the Nile to the Holy Land, exploring new archaeological evidence that he believes will unveil a compelling new version of the Biblical past. Out of the darkness of myth and into the light of history, he brings the first kings of Israel: Saul and David. Follow in the tracks of Joshua and the Israelite conquest of the Promised Land. Explore new evidence for the Exodus and for the magnificent wealth and culture of King Solomon. And discover the Patriarch Joseph and his coat of many colors. Controversial, yet fascinating, it's a quest that has challenged humankind for centuries. Moses, Solomon, Joshua – their stories form the heart of the Old Testament and are intricately linked with the history of ancient Egypt. Join host David Rohl on his quest to compare archaeological findings in Egypt with the Bible's greatest stories. A fascinating, intellectual journey for any history buff or student of the Bible.
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