EXODUS DEBUNKED: SLAVE TRADE WAS NOT COMMON IN ANCIENT EGYPT  | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

EXODUS DEBUNKED: SLAVE TRADE WAS NOT COMMON IN ANCIENT EGYPT 

“Slavery in Egypt is actually one of the biblical archeologists’ biggest disappointments. It is almost common knowledge now amongst Egyptologists that the Pyramids, long thought to have been built by the crack of the whip, were actually built by paid labor“

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According to Egyptologists, there was a paid permanent group of skilled craftsmen who built Egypt's monuments. Additional labor was provided by ordinary Egyptians who were told that their volunteer work would allow them to enter the afterlife, much as the later Popes told the Crusaders that killing Muslims would guarantee their entry to heaven.

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The workers living quarters....

Ethan Allen and...

Bakeries,Breweries and mess halls have been discovered in the numerous digs around Giza and the Valley of The Kings. They got paid in beer.I know guys who would work for Beer now!And some buildings that were most likely brothels. Pharaoh treated his workers well. Booze,Broads,Bread and a Bed! Nothing changes.

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