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store-city of Pithom

Henri Г‰douard Naville

store-city of Pithom

and the route of the Exodus

by Henri Г‰douard Naville

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Published by Kegan, Paul, Trench, Trübner in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Exodus, The,
  • Pithom (Egypt)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementEdouard Naville.
    SeriesMemoir of the Egypt Exploration Fund -- no. 1
    ContributionsEgypt Exploration Society.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDT57 E32
    The Physical Object
    Pagination40 p., 13 leaves of plates (2 fold.) :
    Number of Pages40
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14787187M

    The site of Pithom, as identified by Naville, is to the east of the Wady Tumilat, south-west of Ismailia. Here was formerly a group of granite statues representing Rameses II., standing between two gods; and from this it had been inferred that this was the city of Raamses mentioned in Ex. i. STORE-CITIES (עָרֵ֤י מִסְכְּנﯴת׃֙, “cities of storage”; i.e. “magazines”). Under the lashes of taskmasters the Israelites built Pithom and Raamses as “store-cities” for Pharaoh ().Pithom has been identified as Tell et-Retabah and Raamses as ancient Tanis.

    Pithom is a city mentioned in Exodus Therefore they did set over them taskmasters to afflict them with their burdens. And they built for Pharaoh treasure cities, Pithom and Raamses. An Egyptian store city built by Israelites for their oppressor (Exodus ). Identified by Brugsch with the fort of Djar, Pachtum. It existed early in the 18th dynasty, before Thothmes III (the Pharaoh who perished in the Red Sea), and was probably erected by his grandfather Aahmes I.

      Here have recently () been discovered the ruins of supposed grain-chambers, and other evidences to show that this was a great "store city." Its immense ruin-heaps show that it was built of bricks, and partly also of bricks without straw. Succoth (Ex. ) is supposed by some to be the secular name of this city, Pithom being its sacred name. Naville's The Store-city of Pithom (Exodus ). In general, the opening chapters of Ex, especially the narratives of the different plagues, contain so much Egyptian coloring, that this could scarcely have resulted from a mere theoretical study of Egypt, especially since in the narrative everything makes the impression of resulting from recent.


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Top The store-city of Pithom and the route of the Exodus by Naville, Edouard, Publication date TopicsPages:   The store-city of Pithom and the route of the Exodus by Naville, Edouard, Pages: Pithom (the city of justice), one of the store-cites Israelites for the first oppressor, the Pharaoh "which knew not Joseph." (Exodus ) It is probably the Patumus of Herodotus (ii.

1 ), a town on the borders of Egypt, nest which Necho constructed a canal from the Nile to the Arabian Gulf. Pithom, ancient Egyptian city located near Ismailia in Al-Ismāʿīliyyah muḥāfaẓah (governorate) and mentioned in the Bible (Exodus ) as one of the treasure houses built for the pharaoh by the Hebrews prior to the Exodus.

Although Pithom has been identified as Tall al-Maskhūṭah, excavations at. The Store-City of Pithom and the Route of Exodus. With 13 Plates and 2 Maps. [Joint: une lettre autographe signée d' by Naville, Edouard - [(Emmanuel Cosquin ; abbé Fulcran.

Biblical Pithom. Pithom is one of the cities which, according to Exoduswas built for the Pharaoh of the oppression by the forced labor of the Israelites.

The other city was Ramses; and the Septuagint adds a third, "On, which is Heliopolis." These cities are called by a Hebrew term rendered in the Authorized Version "treasure cities" and in the Revised Version "store cities.". The Store-city of Pithom and the Route of the Exodus, Volume 1 Volume 1 of Excavation memoir - Egypt Exploration Society Volume 1 of Excavation memoirs / Egypt Exploration Fund Issue 1 of Memoir of the Egypt Exploration Fund, Egypt Exploration Fund The Store-city of Pithom and the Route of the Exodus, Édouard Henri Naville: Author: Edouard.

Store-city of Pithom and the route of the Exodus. London ; Boston: Egypt Exploration Fund, (OCoLC) Named Person: Ptolemy, King of Egypt.; Ptolemy, King of Egypt. Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Edouard Naville. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

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Librivox Free Audiobook. Full text of "The store-city of Pithom and the route of the Exodus" See other formats. CONTENTS. PAGE Tell-el-Maskhutah 1 TheNamesoftheAncientCity 5 TheDesckiptionofPithou 9 TheHistoryopPithom 11 TheMonumentsDiscoveeed 13 GeographicalRemarks 20 TheRouteoftheExodus 23 PtolemyPhiladelphos 26 Appendix1 29 AppendixII The store-city of Pithom and the route of Author: Naville, Edouard, ; Publisher: London: Tr; Language: English; Subject: Ptolemy II Philadelphus, King of Egypt; Image Count: 86; Download: The store-city of Pithom and the route of the Exodus (PDF) Contributor: New York University, Institute of.

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Although Pithom is securely attested as a proper name in Egyp. sources from the 13th cent. b.c. onward, yet its precise identification and localization present some problems, esp. in the relation between Pithom .STORE-CITY OF PITHOM AND THE ROUTE OF THE EXODUS ments of Pithom.

Philadelphos was the sou of Ptolemy Soter, the General of Alexander, who had received Eg3'pt as his share when the huge empire was divided, and who succeeded in preserving his kingdom amid all the wars and intrigues which followed the death of the Macedonian conqueror.