Both the date of the Exodus and the route taken by the Israelites are considered by scholars to be uncertain. The date is believed to be somewhere between 1450 and 1200. Some scholars believe that they traveled further south than shown here to the tip of the Red Sea as we know it today and then doubled back up north. Others believe that they crossed the Bitter Lakes (shown here), which was considered at that time part of the “Sea of Reeds” or “Red Sea”. Still others believe that they crossed the right ear of the Red Sea, which places Mt. Sinai in Saudi Arabia.
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