Question: "Is there any evidence of the exodus? The typical claim is that Egyptian records mention neither this event nor large slave populations, and there is a lack of bones or graves in the wilderness. Of course, insisting that evidence must be found outside the Bible is, itself, an unfair bias. Scripture is part of ancient written records, whether skeptics appreciate it or not. For those not committed to rejecting such things out of hand, archaeological evidence favors a real, historical exodus of Israel from Egypt. Examining evidence fairly means avoiding myths and poor assumptions.
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supertux.info: The Date And Route Of The Exodus by C. De Wit, Ph.D.
The author contends that the most important event in Jewish history has been occupying the wrong slot in the accepted archaeological timeline. Stand and see the deliverance of Hashem which he shall do for you this day. For as you have seen Egypt this, day, never will you see it again. The Exodus from Egypt was not only the seminal event in the history of the Jewish People, but was an unprecedented and unequaled catastrophe for Egypt.
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While the Bible, plainly read, argues for an early-date Exodus c BC, some scholars claim that there is a lack of archaeological evidence to support this, and prefer to put the Exodus at a later date of c BC. The only variable is the time-span of Joshua and the Judges. However, the late-date Exodus allows only years for Joshua and the Judges, while the early-date Exodus, allows years. There are several benefits to the earlier date. Some scholars spiritualize this to mean 12 tribes x 40 years of trials.