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Tutankhamun the Exodus Conspiracy: The Truth Behind Archaeology's Greatest… (2002)

by Andrew Collins

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This book is dedicated to the achievement of lasting peace in the Middle East. Let us hope that one day this will no longer be simply a distant dream. Also to my wife Sue, for her love and support and our future together. -Andrew Collins
In memory of Jill (Martin) Ogilvie-Herald whose journey back to the Duat, the stars from whence all life came, began far too soon. -Chris Ogilvie-Herald
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The Continental Hotel, Cairo, 5 April 1923, 1.55 A.M.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0753508516, Paperback)

The tomb of Tutankhamun was undoubtedly the greatest archaeological discovery of all time. What is not so well known is that among the wonderful treasures were rumored to be papyri that held the "true account" of the biblical Exodus of the Israelites from Egypt. At a time when Arab hostility was erupting over Britain's support for the establishment of a Jewish homeland in Palestine, archaeologist Howard Carter's threat to make the contents of the papyri known to the world could have caused chaos across the Middle East. The book is the outcome of extensive research undertaken by two authors determined to get to the truth of what has become Egypt's and archaeology's most baffling mystery. This comprehensive and detailed account of the events surrounding the discovery of the tomb also delves into the relationship between the age of Tutankhamun and the origins of Israel. The conclusions are startling.

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