The quest for the historical Moses is considered by many historians a futile endeavor that has yielded not a shred of primary historical evidence confirming his historicity. The real problem however is not absence of evidence but why the very considerable evidence of Moses is unknown to historians.
See Also: This is a non-technical but enhanced version of my article “The Chief of Miners, Moses: Sinai 346, c.1250 BCE” in the 2017 issue of the Bulletin of the Belgian Academy for the Study of Ancient and Oriental Languages [BABELAO], an electronic journal accessible on the Internet
.By Charles Krahmalkov (Krahmalnikov)
Professor Emeritus of Ancient and Biblical Languages
The University of Michigan
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