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|Subject: Oldest Egyptian Hebrew Alphabet Discovered; Proves Biblical Account of the Exodus Tue Dec 06, 2016 10:33 am|| |
Ancient Archeology: Oldest Egyptian Hebrew Alphabet Discovered; Proves Biblical Account of the Exodus
By Nate Brown
-12/06/2016The Biblical exodus is one of the most powerful displays of God’s power, yet some people choose to deny the reality that it even took place. However, yet another shocking discovery proves the Biblical account of the Exodus.Israelites living in Egypt 3,800 years ago transformed civilization’s hieroglyphics into “Hebrew 1.0”.
One of the 16 pieces, dated to 1834 B.C., translated by Petrovich.For the believer, the recent discovery of an ancient Hebrew alphabet confirms the reality of God almighty.
An inscription, dated to 1834 B.C., translated as Wine is more abundant than the daylight, than the baker, than a nobleman. The inscription across the top says: The overseer of minerals, Ahisamach.(Evangelical Focus) — Douglas Petrovich, archaeologist and epigrapher of the Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo (Canada), is proposing an innovative reading of several inscriptions on Egyptian slabs from the 18th to 14th centuries BC.These slabs could be the first “alphabet” in the world, an early form of Hebrew with data that coincides with some contents of the early books of the Bible. On November 17, at the annual meeting of the American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR), Petrovich stated that Israelites living in Egypt transformed the civilization’s hieroglyphics into “Hebrew 1.0”.That would have happened more than 3,800 years ago, at a time when the Old Testament describes Jews living in Egypt. Hebrew speakers, seeking a way to communicate in writing with other Egyptian Jews, simplified the pharaohs’ complex hieroglyphic writing system into 22 alphabetic letters.“There is a connection between ancient Egyptian texts and preserved alphabets”, Petrovich said. — (Read More)