Pharaoh of the Exodus

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The Pharaoh of Exodus refers to the study of the identity of the Pharaoh who ruled at the time of the Exodus mentioned in the religious sources of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Pharaoh Ramesses II is the most widely regarded Pharaoh of the Exodus depending of the time frame of his reign era. Although some theories also suggest Thutmose III to be the same.

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List of the Pharaohs

circa 100 CE

Ramesses the Great
The bust of Ramesses the Great from abu Simbel, the most popular candidate for the Pharaoh of the Exodus, during the time of Moses.

circa 1450 CE

Thutmose III
According to some archaeological sources Thutmose III is the Pharaoh of the Exodus.

circa 1450 CE

Ahmose I

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