(3:6) Part Three: The Great Migration

When Abram heard that his kinsman had been taken captive, he mustered his retainers, born into his household, numbering three hundred and eighteen, and went in pursuit as far as Dan.

When Abram returned from defeating Chedor-laomer and the kings with him, the king of Sodom came out to meet him in the Valley of Shaveh… And king Melchizedek of Salem brought out bread and wine... He blessed him, saying.

'Blessed be Abram of the God Most High, Creator of heaven and earth.
And blessed be God Most High, Who has delivered your foes into your hand.'

Genesis 14:14.
Genesis 14:17-20.
The Jewish Study Bible. Tanakh Translation. Oxford University Press 1985 (abridged).

See Joseph, Moses and Egypt’s Three Kingdoms on:

Part One: Ancient Voices.

The following links reveal the Genesis connection to part one’s geographic and historic overview.

Part Two: Egypt’s Golden Age.

The following links explore the tensions behind Exodus and investigate Israel’s exit route.

Part Three: The Great Migration.

The following links reveal the remaining pieces of Egyptian evidence and retrace the Exodus route.

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