47f958084be889dcb012609164fade75.png
2c9c65c7ad5f1f085a30673482a12c45.png
fab5598e790d4100c335b1da270a76ab.jpg

De cette fresque naquit la Bible

With this written trace dating from 1350 BC, the author proves that “from this fresco the Bible was born” and reveals the historical personality of the Patriarch Joseph. He shows that if Hebrew artisans were Egyptians, the priests of this Memorial Temple of Amenhotep, son of Hapu were of Semitic ancestry.

More details

23,70 €

Category :

History of religions

1 Item

In stock Delivery 2 to 4 days

Send to a friend

De cette fresque naquit la Bible

De cette fresque naquit la Bible

With this written trace dating from 1350 BC, the author proves that “from this fresco the Bible was born” and reveals the historical personality of the Patriarch Joseph. He shows that if Hebrew artisans were Egyptians, the priests of this Memorial Temple of Amenhotep, son of Hapu were of Semitic ancestry.

Recipient :

* Required fields

  or  Cancel

Share

Description

In 1935, two French Egyptologists discovered a fresco in the memorial temple of Amenhotep in Karnak. 75 years later, Joseph Davidovits noticed that the text of this fresco reappears word for word in chapter 41 of the Book of Genesis, describing the installation of Joseph by the Pharaoh to command Egypt. This fresco thus appeared to be the first written trace of the Bible. For the author, the patriarch Joseph and the scribe Amenhotep, son of Hapu are one and the same person, and he demonstrates it in this book by re-examining a number of archaeological documents that he repositions within this new context. He also notices that it is possible to retrace the life of Joseph by studying the statues dedicated to Amenhotep, the eminent scribe of the court of Amenhotep III, the great scholar and architect to whom we owe the Colossi of Memnon. Another troubling fact: the similarities between the religion of the clan of Amenhotep and that of the Hebrews. In fact the clan of Amenhotep sought to impose monotheism in Egypt with the Pharaoh Akhenaten. On his death, its members were chased out of Egypt and went into Exile in Judea... in the same way as Moses and the Hebrews experienced exodus. By following the history of the memorial temple of Amenhotep, son of Hapu from 1356 to 1075 BC, Joseph Davidovits discovered the true character of Moses and the causes of the Exodus; he explains that it was actually among the Hebrews that Moses took refuge. A rigorous and thoroughly researched book.

Characteristics

Author
J DAVIDOVITS
Editor
JEAN-CYRILLE GODEFROY
Number of pages
256
Type of book
Broché
Language
French
Dimensions
15,5 x 24

History of religions

Free Shipping (France only) from 95€ Free Shipping (France only)
from 95€
days to change your mind Days to
change your mind
Secure payment Secure
payment
Quick delivery Quick delivery
Accept

By continuing to browse this site, you accept the use of cookies to propose offers ansd services matching your interests.