Sinai dating

21 Nov

With that in mind, many of the items being seen in the Gulf of Aqaba have been photographed by divers for comparison to the Exodus story.Many other photographs show formations in a circular pattern with projections that could be spokes, but those items remain at the bottom and have not been authenticated.When Mary Nell went diving with Ron, she says it was very easy to assume (wrongly) that every item on the flat bottom had historical significance.“[At first] I thought everything was a chariot wheel! Wyatt exclaimed, noting how difficult it is for the untrained eye to distinguish an artifact from a piece of coral. We can’t add to it.” However, she notes a big problem for explorers and scientists is that the Egyptian government no longer allows items to be removed from the protected region.

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“It was covered in coral.” The 38-year-old forklift mechanic from Keynsham, England, traveled to the region with his brother, Mark, after being inspired by videos of explorers Ron Wyatt and Jonathan Gray, who have documented artifacts that in at least one case authorities have confirmed to be a chariot wheel dating to the time of the Exodus.“They were shooting at people as they left the mosque,” said a resident whose relatives were at the scene.“They were shooting at the ambulances too.” Another 130 people are thought to have been injured.He is the author of the brand-new best-selling book, "Shocked by the Bible 2: Connecting the Dots in Scripture to Reveal the Truth They Don't Want You to Know," a follow-up to his No.1 best-seller "Shocked by the Bible: The Most Astonishing Facts You've Never Been Told" But is there evidence that such an event did in fact happen – and if so, precisely where did it take place?The issue is surfacing some 3,500 years after the event is said to have taken place with reports of Egyptian chariot wheels found in the Red Sea, photographs to document it and new books by scientists that could lead to a whole remapping of the Exodus route and a fresh look at ancient biblical accounts.